Validating data in asp
He also goes into error handling strategies, architectural strategies for using Entity Framework Core within ASP.
NET, unit testing, and mistakes to avoid when architecting software with Entity Framework Core.
The other option would be to build a custom model binder. As far as I can tell everyone is still trying to figure out the "standard" way of doing it.
NET 2.0 Grid View control allows us to quickly edit and delete records.
Net MVC Model Binder The in your action if you had created a "Product" Model Binder you would just declare the action like so: public Action Result New(Product prod) And the model binder will take care of assigning posted data to the objects properties as long as you've built it right anyway.
After that within your Get Value() method you can implement whatever validation you want, whether using exception's, regex's, or whatever you can make a call like: (Model State Dictionary_name). It generates validation rules based on model attributes (or any other source) and even able to generate JS validation using j Query, Prototype Validation, f Validate and other.
However, most of the real world cases call for validating the data being edited or deleted. Drag and drop an SQL Data Source control on the web form.
There can be several approaches taken for validating data. For our example we are going to use Customers table of Northwind database. Open its smart tag and choose "Configure Data Source" option to start Configure Data Source wizard.
Data Steward/Coordinator This lesson introduces the concepts of data validation and auditing, and how they affect data quality.