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Default Alert Messege ( Server Side)

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Can anyone help me to use alert message in asp.net.

in my program im checking number sequence. If sequence incorrect i want to show message to user . But my problem im confusing ( what kind of message i want to show) how to show server side message.

Ex- user inserting numbers 1-10. Suddenly user inserting number 7 after enter 1,2,3,4. So meantime i want to show message to user DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE THIS PROCESS. If user "OK" to enter this number it should save in my database and continue to check my next method. But if User Click "NO" (i mean user no need to add Number 7 without adding 5,6 ) then i want to continue my program without save this number. So either way i want to check my next method.



Can anyone help me to solve my problem.

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Hi,

First off, do you have the program working at the moment? (I.e. a page, which the user submits numbers, one at a time, and the numbers are stored in the database - even if they are wrong?

If so, then its pretty simple, at the point before you save it, check it! If its wrong, dont save it and update the output rendered to the page (you could use a number of controls here, Literal, Label, Image, whatever). Then simply set a boolean flag to say "warning shown", if you receive the next number, then save it no matter what?

This is all really "rough round the edges" but its the general idea..

Remember, Web Applications are NOT Windows applications, things dont just "pop up and happen" (like MessageBox).. You can do it with JavaScript, but you then need to work differently on getting the result back to the server etc..

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