I have a javacript function associated with the OnClientClick of an ASP.Net button. I also have the OnClick associated with a server-side function. My OnClientClick code evaluates values on the page and returns true or false. If I return false I don't want the page to postback. Even if I return false the page posts back.
Do I need to hand code the ASP.NET postback in the javacript and remove the OnClick of the ASP.NET button?
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