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Form input and validating

 
 
Seb
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      07-28-2008
I'm trying to parse a form. The way I go about it now is that I simply
submit the form and use tryparse and assign the values to my entity
classes.

The problem is that I end up with a ton of if-statements like the one
below.


if(TryParse(...))
{
//assign
}
else
{
//report error
}

....
....

if(no errors)
{
//submit
}
else
{
//report errors
}


1. question: Is this really the best way to go about it? Using if
statements along with TryParse
Furthere more since I'm using mask extenders the submitted result
might be _:_:_ which will make the if statement even more complex.


2. How can I handle the my errors in a smart way? and if there are
errors not submit?


Can I somehow take advantage of a formview ?

best regards,
seb
 
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