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Server Validations

Thread began 5/29/2012 5:08 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 5/29/2012 6:17 pm by danny405167 | 387 views | 1 replies |


Server Validations

I would like to know is the following can be done:
One Server Validation to validate two different forms on the same page.

I have a page that has 2 forms. One form is for registered users and the other form is for new users. On the registered users form I am validating if either username or password are valid. If either username or password are invalid, the user sees an error message indicating that username or password are wrong.

On the new users I am validating to see if email has already been registered. If it has been registered, user sees error message indication that email is already registered. Also, I am checking to see if security code is the same as captcha image.

I have tried using validation trigger: Current Page Submit and Any Form Post. Neither one seems to work. Every time I do test to on the new user form I get the error message from the registered user form that either username or password is invalid.

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You need one server behavior for each form on the page

I need 2 Server Behaviors. One for new users and one for registered user. I was able to do it when I found this thread


At first I thought I just needed to change to a random number but I downloaded the zip file I noticed that there were 2 Server Behaviors. The only thing I need to do was to change the login form Show if to the correct error message number.

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