validators working fine in localhost PC, but are not working in published website !

Posted on 2007-08-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
In my website, the validators ( Requiered field validator, summary validators, ... ) are working fine in localhost PC .. but whenever I publish the website into our web server, the validators lose their functionality, so  if I have a textbox control which should not be empty when submit the form, then the Requiered field validator allows it to be empty on the published website, on the localhost, it will not allow textbox control to be empty when submit

Note that there is no error occurs and I am using .net 2003
Question by:Ameerh24
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    I think the required JS files are not available. Is your web browser ignores script errors?
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           In the web servers root directory client files should be there otherwise it won't work
    If Inetpub\wwwroot\ is ur server web root then copy the folder aspnet_client to the server root.

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