This post is about Web Forms. We still have some legacy applications using that platform. Although our main direction is MVC, we still support them. Here a sample for the subject matter:
RequiredFieldValidator req1 = Login1.FindControl("Req1") as RequiredFieldValidator;
req1.ErrorMessage = "My text";
var text = CCContent.GetStringContent("MustRegisterPassword");
RequiredFieldValidator req2 = Login1.FindControl("Req2") as RequiredFieldValidator;
req2.ErrorMessage = text;
In the case of req2 assignment of variable text, I obtain that text from a static method in our code. That access our Zgura’s content management framework. This content framework stores local or specific content for different applications. It uses a NoSQL repository for the data (Azure Tables) and will be matter of separated post.