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Old February 21st, 2005, 02:39 PM
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Default Simple ASP.NET message box with VB


Please help me out here.

I would like to have a message box to tell me that a name is not found in the database after searching name in the database. I don't want an 'onClick'... for example:

 If txtCheckingName.Text = Nothing or rows = 0 Then
     Say("Your input is blank. Please try again.")
 End If

What did I do wrong here ?

I am not sure if I should put "Response.Redirect("update.aspx") because it doesn't give a message box a chance to appear ??

Thanks in advance for anybody who helps me.

Old February 24th, 2005, 03:31 AM
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in ASP.NET we don't have messagebox,]
StringBuilder sb=new  StringBuilder(0);
sb.Append("<script language=JavaScript>window.alert('Saved')</script>");
     this.RegisterClientScriptBlock("clientScript", sb.ToString());
RegisterClientScriptBlock writes that simple script in the top of the form.

software student.

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