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Validate wizard data against database

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sglewFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerASP.NETVisual Basic.NET
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Hello,

I'm working on setting up a web page with a wizard control and I have it laid out the way I want it to be and now I'm going back and trying to add the data validation.  The very first step in the process is one where a person enters a given promo code and before they move onto the next step I need to be able to verify that 1) the code is valid and 2) the code hasn't already been used.  I have the proper code built into my Wizard1_StartNextButtonClick routine to verify the data but I'm not exactly sure how to set the process up to revert back to first step when an error is found in the code.

What currently happens when I hit the next button is that it goes to the next step even though the code is incorrect or has already been used.  I can verify that much by clicking on the left navigation of the Wizard to get back to the first step and see that my error label is populated with the error message.  As you can see in my if statement I tried to set the "ActiveStepIndex" back to zero but it still moves to the next step.

Is there something I am missing when it comes to validating data entered?  Should I use a different method to validate this data?

Thanks,
Joe
If codecount = 0 then
    Wizard1.ActiveStepIndex = 0
    lblCodeError.Text = "The code you entered is invalid, please double check your code and try again."
ElseIf codecountUsed = 1
    Wizard1.ActiveStepIndex = 0
    lblCodeError.Text = "The code you entered has already been used. You can only use your code once."
End If
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