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(ASP.NET & VB.NET) Displaying a JavaScript message box based on a condition.

MichaelVB
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Hi,

I know that you can pop-up a JavaScript message box using something like this:

  btnNo.Attributes.Add("onclick", "alert('Record has been discarded. Returning to Main Form');")

However, I need to display a message box based upon a True/False condition? User is not able to click on a button.

I have tried adding a button control and setting its' visible property to false and then calling this buttons' onClick event with no luck.

Any Ideas?

Thanks,
Mike
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