Miss the RequiredFieldValidator checking


The RequiredFieldValidator will check when I submit a form by "Submit" button. But if I click "Cancel" button, which also warning me by RequiredFieldValidator cheeking. So how to miss this checking when I click "Cancel" button.

<asp:TextBox id="Code" runat="server" MaxLength="13"></asp:TextBox>
<input type="submit" value="Submit" name="submit" runat="server" onserverclick="OnSubmit" />
<input type="submit" value="Cancel" name="cancel" runat="server" onserverclick="Cancel_Click" />
<asp:RequiredFieldValidator id="RequiredFieldValidator" runat="server" ErrorMessage="No Code" ControlToValidate="Code" ForeColor="White"></asp:RequiredFieldValidator>

Thanks !
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Hi rhinoceros,

use this:
<input type="submit" value="Cancel" name="cancel" runat="server" onserverclick="Cancel_Click" CausesValidation ="false" />


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it is the "causesvalidation" property that decided whether the page validation has to executed or not  .. by default it is true for all server controls .. so by setting it to false for a particular .. the validation scripts will not be run on the client side for just that control ..

pls note, i just elborated on what mmarinov had already mentioned in the above example ...
rhinocerosAuthor Commented:

Thanks for your comment indeed

But I need to miss the validation when I click "Cancel" button. (to do something such as "Redirect"). I can do it as I think, so mmarinov's answer is good me.

Thanks again!
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