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Visual Studio 2010 validation controls. Do they run client side or sever side or both? If so, can that be set in programmatically or in the property pages at design time?
 
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Both. Check out the chapter on validation for an in-depth discussion on how this works.

Just as any other control, you can program them declaratively in markup or programmatically.

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