server-side-validation


Android - Google Server Side InApp Purchases verification Backend Error 500

心已入冬 提交于 2020-01-05 09:03:06
问题 During the integration of G+ account I have turned off Google Play Android Developer API in Google Developer console by mistake. Google server started to return error: Access Not Configured. Please use Google Developers Console to activate the API for your project So I again turned Google Play Android Developer API on, but Google server still returns error: { "error": { "errors": [ { "domain": "global", "reason": "backendError", "message": "Backend Error" } ], "code": 500, "message": "Backend

Android - Google Server Side InApp Purchases verification Backend Error 500

∥☆過路亽.° 提交于 2020-01-05 09:01:42
问题 During the integration of G+ account I have turned off Google Play Android Developer API in Google Developer console by mistake. Google server started to return error: Access Not Configured. Please use Google Developers Console to activate the API for your project So I again turned Google Play Android Developer API on, but Google server still returns error: { "error": { "errors": [ { "domain": "global", "reason": "backendError", "message": "Backend Error" } ], "code": 500, "message": "Backend

Why isn't server side validation working in my ASP.Net MVC3 application with Entity Framework?

不想你离开。 提交于 2020-01-05 07:56:12
问题 I have an ASP.NET MVC3 application that uses entities generated from a database. Each entity has also has a separate partial class that uses the MetadataType attribute to associate each entity with a class that is decorated with a number of validation attributes (see below). [MetadataType(typeof(Drawing.Metadata))] public partial class Drawing { private sealed class Metadata { [Required] [StringLength(50, MinimumLength = 3, ErrorMessage = "Drawing numbers must be between {2} and {1}

Server side validation is done with data annotations instead of doing client side validation

前提是你 提交于 2019-12-24 17:28:18
问题 while I was working with validation in MVC, and I wrote a custom attribute to validate a property.Initially the client side validation was not working since attribute was not registered.When i clicked on the save button after contacting the server it was showing the error message.So can anyone tell how this server side validation took place instead of client side validation ? attribute usage -> [PhoneNumberHasPlus(ErrorMessage="Invalid number")] public string PhoneNumber {get;set;} attribute

Should server side dto validation validate the existance of data or the integrity?

耗尽温柔 提交于 2019-12-24 07:10:44
问题 So far I have always validated my dto`s properties for existing values, min, max, length etc.. Now I have a usecase with my http api where the payload of a http post contains Ids (database foreign keys) which either does not exist in the database or these ids does not belong to the userId inside the bearer token. UserId is always a field in each table. Should I really write a repository Method like: // done with 3 queries still room for optimization... public bool NewTestTypeIsValid(string

So is it safe to validate form on client-side only?

∥☆過路亽.° 提交于 2019-12-18 04:15:22
问题 Of course, I know that server-side validation is a MUST . I'm using jQuery to validate form inputs and using jquery ajax to do server-side(PHP) validation at the same time. So I guess it may be safe since it's validating for both sides while javascript is enabled . Well, here is my problem... But what if the user has javascript disabled on his browser and if some bad guys try to do something bad from editing my client-side script? Because i'm making server-side validation through jquery ajax,

Why do we need both client side and server side validation? [closed]

我只是一个虾纸丫 提交于 2019-12-17 06:49:21
问题 Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it's on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 6 years ago . The argument for using both client side validation (JavaScript) and server side validation using a validator is this: If the client browser does not support JavaScript, then the user cannot use client side validation. My question is how good is this argument in practice? In theory it makes sense, but in practice

Make client-side and server-side validation rules the same

对着背影说爱祢 提交于 2019-12-09 22:18:58
问题 I have an application who use ASP.NET MVC and KnockoutJS for the MVVM part. The server bind the data to the server by JSON. The client treat data and make a standard POST callback after that. I have now to handle some business logic like : The property1 must be superior to 10 if property2 == "FOOBAR" The property2 must be != "" Etc etc... (there is a lot of conditions I have to handle) So, to make things simpler, is it possible to avoid code duplicate between the server side code (C#) and the

remote jQuery validation with MVC 4, dynamically validate all inputs starting with loc?

独自空忆成欢 提交于 2019-12-08 03:41:35
问题 Description: I have a simple form in an MVC4 application that has 5 textboxes named loc1-5 and a submit button. The application takes up to 5 addresses in the textboxes loc1-5 and uses the bing geocode services with jQuery to do some processing on the addresses and create a map with directions. The issue is that I need to validate the loc1-5 textboxes to ensure that they are valid addresses before continuing and decided that the best way that makes sense is to use jQuery.validate with a

Processing Dynamic Form

风流意气都作罢 提交于 2019-12-08 01:42:44
问题 I've a JS dynamic form, where i can add or remove fields: Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Field 4 Now if I remove Field 2 and add a new field: Field 1 Field 3 Field 4 Field 5 I'm sending this through Ajax POST inside a form element. My problem is server side PHP processing. How can I know how many fields I have inside $_POST array and what are their ids? I'm generating unique id using "field" + counterIndex, but following the example how can I be able to understand that I have a total of 4 fields and

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