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Good Day!Hi guys;Can anyone knows how o validate input using append?I,m using a static (required field validator) and code like this (see below) but my project manager does'nt want it

   Private Function IsValidInput() As Boolean        _errormessage = ""        If txtBilFName.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage = " - Please enter your firstname[billing]<br>"        End If        If txtBilLName.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please enter your lastname[billing]<br>"        End If        If txtBilStreet.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please enter street[billing]<br>"        End If        If txtBilCity.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please enter city[billing]<br>"        End If        If ddlBilState.SelectedValue.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please select state[billing]<br>"        End If        If txtBilZipcode.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please enter zipcode[billing]<br>"        End If        If txtBilPhone.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then            _errormessage &= " - Please enter phone[billing]<br>"        End If        If Not Session.Item("Email") Is Nothing Then            If txtEmail.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter email<br>"            End If            If Not Validators.IsEmailValid(txtEmail.Text.Trim) Then                _errormessage &= " - Invalid email format<br>"            End If            If Validators.IsEmailExist(txtEmail.Text.Trim) Then                _errormessage &= " - Email already exist<br>"            End If            If txtPassword1.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter password<br>"            End If            If txtPassword1.Text.Trim.Length < 6 Then                _errormessage &= " - Password must be at least 6 characters<br>"            End If            If Not txtPassword1.Text.Equals(txtPassword2.Text) Then                _errormessage &= " - Password not matched "            End If        End If        If radShipDifAddr.Checked Then            If txtShpFName.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter your firstname[shipping]<br>"            End If            If txtShpLName.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter your lastname[shipping]<br>"            End If            If txtShpStreet.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter street[shipping]<br>"            End If            If txtShpCity.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter city[shipping]<br>"            End If            If ddlShpState.SelectedValue.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please select state[shipping]<br>"            End If            If txtShpZipcode.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter zipcode[shipping]<br>"            End If            If txtShpPhone.Text.Trim.Length = 0 Then                _errormessage &= " - Please enter phone[shipping]<br>"            End If        End If        If _errormessage <> "" Then            Return False        Else            Return True        End If    End Function

Is there anyone have an idea. Only server side validation is acceptable. Please help.... :)

Edited by aspnetguy
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hi, is this what you want.<asp:requiredfieldvalidator id="passReqVal" runat="server" ControlToValidate="txtboxname" ErrorMessage="missing password" Font-Size="10">* </asp:requiredfieldvalidator>// Collects all the error msg.<asp:validationsummary id="ValSum" Runat="server" Font-Size="10" DisplayMode="SingleParagraph" HeaderText="Please Enter "></asp:validationsummary>This kinda required field validation is fired when the page is postbacked.

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