Display extra info in validation summary (.NET 1.1)

I use a validation summary to display all the errors detected by various validation controls on a page.  I would like to also use this validation summary to display some additional errors that are detected server side.  Specifically on certain database calls I check for existing data in the database and would like to write lines into the validation summary if values are found / not found.

Is this possible?
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No. You need to write your own control rto display the information.

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PsychotextAuthor Commented:
Any suggestion on the best sort of control to do this with?  In the past I've used a literal to copy the formatting that the validation summary used, and hidden it / changed it as appropriate.  But this always seemed like a bit of a hack.
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