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Required field validation for checkboxlist

Posted on 2006-06-09
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I have a CheckboxList and I'd like to have a required field  validator but I get errors as it is not allowed for CheckboxList.  All my research on the web is poiting me to solutions that involve C# but i am using VB.   Does anyone have any idea how I can resolve this problem of validating the checkboxlist to ensure that at least one option is checked.  I am interested in a fix for VB only.  I am new at VB.net 2.0

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could you post the solutions you've seen in C#

because C# syntax can be translated into VB code

what kind of errors are you getting?
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the following is the link where i found the solution in C#
http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/tips/t040302-1.shtml
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