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We have a Cancel button and an empty but required field in focus.When we click the Cancel button the first time its event is not received. Is their a way I can validate the form only on submit?You could have a button to add a new line of data in the form, and that would not be a submit button, nor would you like it to perform the add action unless the above line is filled.Maybe we could, instead, add some custom attribute on the button/any other element to state that it is a cancel button and when clicking on it validation should not occur (this could be checked in the on Blur event as @kmsheng has pointed out, only the attribute name would be different). @dpikt's solution is the only one that worked for me.It seems that displaying the error was moving subsequent elements down and pushing my button out from under the cursor.In fact, when I click towards the bottom of the button, it doesn’t move far enough to clear the cursor so it works. @kmsheng’s solution works by stopping the chain before validation and @jkoontz2010’s solution works by stopping the chain before DOM [email protected]’s solution also works for me, which is even more interesting.
So before saving data, I want to validate whether all the required fields are filled (Text Boxes) by the user. I would rather use a generic function that would be passed each control on the form and based on the type of the control, separate validation logic would be written.
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Note that to clear the provider, we set it with an empty string.