Validating user input in vb net

18-Aug-2017 14:00

Hi, I have a scenario that wants to validate the input parameter value with existing members. If I enter D as input parameter that gives an error. How can i implement the parameter validation with the using of stored proc.? How can i implement the parameter validation with the using of stored proc.? Hello Daniel, Please correct me if I misunderstood you: The data source is irrelevant. Week-starting-date and week-ending-date)User selects Week-starting-date ending date will automatically populate after 3 months. When user selects end date below 3 Months,i need to display message to the User. Please Help Me Konda Do you know of a way to use this logic for multi-valued parameters?In your case a stored proc I imagine expects input parameters that result in the prompts you see for the parameters in turn in the SSRS report designer that you must validate, so in short, you are expected to do nothing, getting data off a stored proc is a common case. My report uses several parameters and I want to add some logic to edit the parameters to avoid unnecessary database searches. I'm trying to find a way to edit multi-valued parameters.Alas, as what I heard from William Vaughan, “every data are dirty, unless proven otherwise”, and I totally agree!

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Now you can ask questions directly to me on my new site ASPForums. One note: raising modal boxes with an exclamation mark kind of messages in SSRS reports is seldom a good idea because you even may not know where the report is going executing and thus it’s functionality not guaranteed to work.So I went ahead and added a text box that displays exactly that.Another note here is that the SSRS expressions are merely Visual Basic elements of code, therefore very portable between the expressions to report code.On this note, we are going to cover the VB script portion.

Now you can ask questions directly to me on my new site ASPForums. One note: raising modal boxes with an exclamation mark kind of messages in SSRS reports is seldom a good idea because you even may not know where the report is going executing and thus it’s functionality not guaranteed to work.So I went ahead and added a text box that displays exactly that.Another note here is that the SSRS expressions are merely Visual Basic elements of code, therefore very portable between the expressions to report code.On this note, we are going to cover the VB script portion.Plus, to drive its visibility, I created a report variable Last_Valid_Report_End_Date (let’s ignore its expression for a moment): This variable would hold the last correct report end date, so anything entered greater than that value will be deemed as invalid.