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How to run client side validation function and then call server side non-static function to save datat in ASP.NET 2.0?

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Hi,

I've an application written ASP.NET 2.0. On a form i have a Submit button. I want it as follows;
1- User Clicks on Submit Button
2- Runs a client side validation function (and returns false or true)
3- If validation function returns True then form data should be saved into the DB through a server side method
4- Right after executing server side method, there should be a popup window showing summary of data just saved into the DB.

I've tried PageMethods but it can only execute Static functions so i am unable to access my page controls in that WebMethod.

Please help me in this regard.

Thanks.
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Are you using AJAX at the moment?  If so with any libraries?
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I'm using ASP.Net 2.0 AjaxControlToolkit. Also for certian client side stuff i use jQuery for example ThickBox.
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I would suggest using the Request Attention to put it in the ASP zone
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I could not find any answer for this question.
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