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Form-wide validation is implemented by manually calling the validation logic tied up in each Validating event, achieved by enumerating all controls on a form, setting focus to each, and calling the form's Validate method, like so: The Cancel button, however, does not need to implement form-wide validation because its job is to simply close the form.
Alas, users may not be able to click Cancel if the control they're currently on is invalid because focus is retained since the Cancel button's Causes Validation is also set to True by default.
This situation is easily avoided by setting the Cancel button's Causes Validation property to False, thereby preventing Validating from being fired on any controls that focus shifts from, shown in Figure 4. Preventing validation With approximately 60 lines of code, our Add New Employee form supports basic validation.
UIs typically provide the scope for developers to construct more human, responsive and informative validation experiences for end users, while avoiding issues like unnecessary network round-trips across n-tier applications.
Validation can include type, range, and business-rule checks and the form in Figure 1 could benefit from all of these types. Add New Employee form requiring validation This form needs to validate the following: An appropriate infrastructure is needed to implement this validation and Windows Forms unsurprisingly provides it, built directly into each control.