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Build a Forms Validation Library

This article shows how to build a forms validation library using JavaScript and ASP.
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  • Category: ASP/Form Management

  • Submitted on: 2008-03-06 23:51:40

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Developing HTML forms for entering or editing data on line is tedious and boring work. It is even more painful if you need a data-entry solution that supports both Netscape and Internet Explorer (IE). Thus most on-line forms have no JavaScript validation and barely any server validation.

FormLib is a code framework that eliminates the tedious aspects of programming cross-browser client and server-side validation of input forms. This framework generates the validation code directly from the database structure and auto-fills the fields when editing an existing record. To use this framework one needs only to include one JavaScript and one ASP file into the page and have the form post the results to itself. FormLib simplifies form creation and eliminates common forms-maintenance tasks.    More detail...

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