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MVC Modify the Validation Message

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Hi

How do I modify/customise the validation messages?

At the moment if I don't enter a field, I get "The value '' is invalid."
I would like to make this more personalised or at least change it to "You must enter this field" or "You must enter your name"
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Assuming you're using standard validation mechanism, then you can decorate the properties of your model with data annotations. Something like:
public class Person
{
     [Required(ErrorMessage = "You must enter your first name")]
     public string FirstName { get; set; }

     [Required(ErrorMessage = "You must enter your last name")]
     public string LastName { get; set; }
}

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