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Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 in C# 2008 – from Novice to Professional (ISBN-10 (pbk): 1-59059-891-1) P. 341

The book is for .NET 3.5 however, I'm training on Visual Studio 2010 using .NET 4.0.

I tried using the following code, however, it does not seem to run the validations within the page:
        if (!Page.IsValid) lblMessage.Text = "Errors";

So, where is my mistake?

Complete code here.

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Nobody is going to download your RAR file to look at the code.

You should post the code here so we can see it.
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jon-80 4-Jul-10 22:00pm    
Dumb answer
Richard Andrew x64 4-Jul-10 22:30pm    
You demand "where is my mistake," and don't provide any code to look at. Dumb question.

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