Error) End Try End If End Sub Are you saying it calls the Check Box Validation twice? Apart from Update CMD inside of Insert CMD the two sections are the same. You've already committed by that point so its too late to roll back. As a point of coding design you replicate code in your IF statment that you don't need to. Begin Transaction string message Str If b New Data Then Insert CMD() message Str = "Record Saved Successfully" Else Update CMD() message Str = "Record Updated Successfully" End If trns. Close() Get Data() b New Data = False b Edit Data = False Count() Message Box. The problem here is that you still have potential causes of an exception being thrown in your try/catch block - namely Get Data() and Count() - which would then hopelessly call the rollback() command.If you're using Safari or another unsupporting browsers all the examples will just display the Java Script alert box.As you would hope it is possible to customise the messages that are displayed by the browser with your own text, but this can only be done via Java Script.The Java Script can now be moved to a separate file, or converted to a code library allowing for it to be reused with other forms.The attribute on checkboxes is supported in Internet Explorer 10 and most/all other browsers exept for Safari which ignores the requirement.Basically, when the checkbox is happy, the label is happy.There are also clever ways of styling the label to look like a checkbox and hiding the actual checkbox so you can use your own graphic, font icon or CSS creation: , but actually toggling the checkbox in the background.
Here you can see the custom message being displayed in Firefox: Custom messages can be set in a similar manner for object states (validity.value Missing, validity.pattern Mismatch, ...) to determing the right message. The previous example was starting to become a bit cluttered with two Java Script script blocks as well as the The forms behaviour should be unchanged: While it looks much more complicated, this is a better solution because it allows for the HTML and Java Script to be maintained separately.
As we've see in other articles the valid/invalid state of a form element can be used to provide visual feedback to the user - displaying a green thumbs up or checkmark for example when the input requirements have been satisfied, or displaying a red outline or warning symbol when they have not.
This is also possible with text will now toggle the checkbox state, and the text will change from red to green.
Only one record in the table can be 1 the rest have to be 0?
Just so I'm clear you want to check the database to see if the Is Default column has a 1 in it anywhere to see if the default has already been set for another name?