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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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Old June 24th, 2007, 04:45 AM
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Default Problem with blank fields in Shipping Address

If I leave a blank line (for example Street) on the Shipping Address form on ShoppingCart.aspx, then click link 'Proceed with order', I am notified that 'The Street field is required'. However, if I then click link 'Proceed with order' a second time without correcting the error, it is allowed and I proceed to the Order Summary step of ShoppingCart.aspx which then shows incomplete Shipping Details (no street). Any ideas why this is happening? I am using the downloaded and unmodified BeerHouse code.

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I can't believe no one else has noticed that it is possible to place an order to Paypal that has a completely blank shipping address (save for the comma). I have also noticed said behavior on commercial sites that are using beer house as base code. Surely it is not desirable for a commercial site to receive an order with a partially or totally blank shipping address. I don't understand why the RequiredFieldValidator controls on ShoppingCart.aspx permit empty text boxes to be propagated thru to the order summary screen. Could someone please enlighten me.



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Remove the ValidationGroup from the validators & it works ok as far as I'm aware. Not sure how you get the ValidationGroup to work with the wizard.
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in the code behind you will see that if textboces are Blank then it takes the text of the User Profile. so if profile was blank at creation then thats why yuo are getting blank values.


Options are that either you delete the code behind section of that part
or at registration you add as mandatory Street, Postal Code, Tel etc as you wish...
 


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