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Asp.net Page.IsValid and JavaScript return: True;

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Hello Experts,

I have some javascript validation (client) and I want to check on the server side if it is "true"

Page.IsValid doesn't seem to do it.

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Don
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Niraj_Singh earned 2000 total points
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hi,
 you can use hidden control  to get te value. set the value of the hidden control in the javascript and check the value of this hidden control in  the code behind. you will have to make this hidden control run at server.
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