Aborting a _Click event?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Wayne MJ, Jul 23, 2003.

  1. Wayne MJ

    Wayne MJ Guest

    I have a web control embedded in an aspx page.

    On the web control, I have a custom_validator that checks the status
    of a dropdown list and compares that to ensure the appropriate text
    fields are filled.

    When I step through the code, I see that it is infact being run, and
    returning:
    args.IsInvalid = false;

    But, unlike past attempts the _Click event (in this case a
    Button_Click) is still being fired disregarding the afore mentioned
    CustomValidator being negative.

    Is this because the control is on a web control on not natively being
    referenced from the base aspx page, or is there something else that I
    need to look at?
     
    Wayne MJ, Jul 23, 2003
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