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    aspnet_client dir

    ok, this jsut appeared one day (i think after some dotnetfx.exe thing from microsoft)

    i have 2 js files (SmartNav.js, WebUIValidation.js) and a htm file (SmartNav.htm) in my ".......wwwroot\aspnet_client\system_web\1_1_4322" directory

    what are these, are they useful, how can i use them if they are useful

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    They are used for when you use .net validators.
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    what are .net validators and how so you use them

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    Microsoft's site has a good documentation on it.

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    ok, i tred as hard as i could to find it and i think the closest i got was http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...atorstopic.asp but it still didnt really give me any help

    i just want to know what they do and how to use them

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    if you create asp.net pages, it is possible to add a validator object to the page. These objects rely on clientside scripts, which are put in the aspnet_client directory (these are IE-only scripts btw. -> document.all is used)

    if you want to use them, i advise using an asp.net development environment like Visual Studio 7 or webmatrix (free from MS)

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    I personally wouldn't rely on the validators since they are IE only.
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    I'd have to agree with OracleGuy. You'd think as "standards-oriented" as .NET is supposed to be, Microsoft would quit using JScript and use JavaScript.
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    I dont really know hte diff between JScript and JavaScript but i thought it was in JavaScript anyway, just with a IE check

    I cant be arsed using them anyway now since you said that guys

    I have visual Studio 7 EA btw, webmatrix sucks imo


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