You can easily add this registration by installing the Asp Net. In addition, when there is a Script Manager control on the page, you need to instruct it to register j Query before the two core script files that provide the unobtrusive validation (Web and Web UIValidation.js).
You can find information about this requirement in the Unobtrusive validation breaks with a Script Manager on the page Microsoft Connect feedback item.
The following steps describe how to achieve it: You now have only one version of j Query that is used throughout your web site and by the Telerik controls, so there should be no conflicts and the unobtrusive validation should work as expected. NET 4.5 Telerik Web Site, the default web form has a Rad Script Manager.
The unobtrusive validation is automatically configured when you create a web site via the . If you use it with a Rad Script Manager or in a Telerik web site or web application template, however, there are a few common scenarios that require additional modifications.
You can find detailed information about them in the sections below. NET 4.5 Web Forms Site, it comes with a j Query library that is already registered with the Script Manager as jquery.
Primarily for working with ad-hoc web sites that have programmed elements.
Easily identified by customer-specific content present in aspx files.
So I drop the pattern into the project and start parsing addresses and of them come back as invalid. Certainly when asking around on Twitter there was a lot of ire at the inconsistency of email regexes and as some said, it’s actually not even possible, at least not without excluding various valid patterns. He does go on to point out a very poignant comment in his subsequent post: Now of course that’s very context-sensitive statement too; yes, this would work well at the point of registration on a website but no, it doesn’t work well when you’re parsing hundreds of millions of addresses in a data dump!