Can we respect the required attribute?

Jun 30, 2009 at 7:40 AM

I'm using the parent-child fields.

One of the thing I would like to see is if the field is not required have the list display a (none) or a blank value.

Apr 26, 2010 at 6:17 PM
JMah wrote:

I'm using the parent-child fields.

One of the thing I would like to see is if the field is not required have the list display a (none) or a blank value.

 Was a solution ever posted for this question?  I am also wondering how you deal with this "NOT required" scenario as described by JMah.

Coordinator
Apr 26, 2010 at 6:21 PM
Its a simple thing. If you need something like ----none---- in your dropdown or listbox.
then simple: PUT IT IN YOUR CONTROL'S ITEM COLLECTION AS FIRST ITEM.
Would only need

1. adding an extra piece of listitem in your databound control like dropdown or listbox.
2. dumping the revised dll in GAC and performing iisreset.


On 26 April 2010 22:47, jriesen <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: jriesen

JMah wrote:

I'm using the parent-child fields.

One of the thing I would like to see is if the field is not required have the list display a (none) or a blank value.

 Was a solution ever posted for this question?  I am also wondering how you deal with this "NOT required" scenario as described by JMah.

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