[Mono-list] Script Locations of WebUIValidation.js, SmartNav.js
Gonzalo Paniagua Javier
Fri, 10 Oct 2003 21:53:32 +0200
El vie, 10-10-2003 a las 12:08, Gaurav Vaish escribió:
> > Okay. It's done now. From inside System.Web assembly you can do:
> I shall submit changes to the RegisterValidatorCommonScript method by
> EOD today.
> > What's needed now?
> > 1. We need someone to either write or search for some scripts that
> > provide similar functionality as those by MS
> There's huge huge code... a lot of it very specific to IE. I mean, it
> does nothing for other browsers.
> Besides, there also resides SmartNav.js for "SmartNavigation=true".
I would prefer less code that works in more browsers.
> For ASP.Net 1.0.x, there was also SmartNavIE5.js which is absent for
> ASP.Net 1.1.x.
> Also, some methodnames that I found being used, I had already put them
> So, if we go ahead with a different function name, we'll need to change
> this as well.
> > data in the page.
> Didn't get this question.
validate to which controls and so on. Ie., some init function.
> The methods in WebUIValidation.js - as name suggests - do a check for
> the values whenever a form is Submit-ed. Also, Page.IsValid is also
> determined here - in a method named ValidatorUpdateIsValid.
Anyway, we can't trust the client validation. We must do the same that
there just to same some postbacks-
> All the function names will be highly bound to the implementation in
> rendering of the forms by XSP.
> Will it be ok to borrow the names from MS? The method of concern is
> "Page_ClientValidate" (which gives a call to "ValidatorValidate",
> "ValidatorUpdateIsValid" and "ValidationSummaryOnSubmit").
> > Any taker?
> For writing the JS? Umm... if no one picks up, yours sincerely can do
> the job! :-)
Ok. Try to do it compatible with most browsers, even with a reduced set