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If you're only considering the Validation Framework (the framework where validations are defined in an xml file), you can use ValidatorActionForm and ValidatorForm.
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Joined: Sep 27, 2005
Thanks Mark for the reply. But can you please let me know of how to disable the client side validation and enable the server side validation. Can you tell me what changes should I make in the code. This is the code I have: