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Page.IsValid Property


Gets a value indicating whether page validation succeeded.

 property bool IsValid { bool get(); };
public bool IsValid { get; }
member this.IsValid : bool
Public ReadOnly Property IsValid As Boolean

Property Value

true if page validation succeeded; otherwise, false.



The IsValid property is called before validation has occurred.


The following code example demonstrates using the IsValid property to set up a conditional statement. If the property returns true, the Text property of the lblOutput control is set to "Page is valid!" Otherwise, it is set to "Some of the required fields are empty."

private void ValidateBtn_Click(Object Sender, EventArgs E)
    if (Page.IsValid == true)
        lblOutput.Text = "Page is Valid!";
        lblOutput.Text = "Some required fields are empty.";
Sub ValidateBtn_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
    If (Page.IsValid) Then
        lblOutput.Text = "Page is Valid!"
        lblOutput.Text = "Some required fields are empty."
    End If
End Sub


For this property to return true, all validation server controls in the current validation group must validate successfully. You should check this property only after you have called the Page.Validate method, or set the CausesValidation property to true in the OnServerClick event handler for an ASP.NET server control that initiates form processing. These server controls include the Button, HtmlButton, HtmlInputButton, HtmlInputImage, ImageButton, and LinkButton classes.

If you force validation of a validation group using the Validate method, then all validation controls in the specified validation group must validate successfully as well.

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