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vam:requiredtextvalidator how to enable it on codebehind?

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vam:requiredtextvalidator how to enable it on codebehind?
i want to do it dynamicaly on the basis of a business logic. please help
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This is the code i added to get this done

i set the enabled property to false on design time.

<vam:requiredtextvalidator enabled="false"


and added the following code on code behind. So it will enabled only if the businse case matches
RequiredTextValidator vldEditPrimaryDayPhoneRequired = ctlWorkflow.FindControl("vldEditPrimaryDayPhoneRequired") as RequiredTextValidator;
						vldEditPrimaryDayPhoneRequired.Enabled = true;
	vldEditPrimaryDayPhoneRequired.EnableClientScript = true;

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