For example, the number validator supports too Big and too Small to describe the validation failure when the value being validated is too big and too small, respectively.
You may configure these error messages like configuring other properties of validators in a validation rule.
The cancel button has a Causes Validation property. As we mentioned in the beginning of the article, validation can occur twice: once on the client’s machine and once on the server. Client side validation provides quick feedback for the user.
Validation occurs when a user clicks any Button control by default, but you can change this behavior by setting the Causes Validation property to false. Whenever the user presses a button on the form, the script executes the validation checks for each validation control on the form.
The Java Script class presented here makes the form validations many times easier.
First, download the Java Script form validation script here.
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