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How can I add a serial number without using the serialnumber template... I don't like it because it's too weak... and anybody can crack it.... I cannot beleive that Microsoft can make a same joke.
how can I define that the serial number is single like: 1234AfDRs12?
is that possible??????????????????

this is done by microsoft....................
For example, setting the SerialNumberTemplate property to "<### - %%%%>" creates two text boxes separated by a dash surrounded by spaces. Validation for the first box (###) simply verifies that the user has entered three digits. The second box (%%%%) is validated by an algorithm that adds the digits together and divides the sum by 7. If the remainder is 0, validation succeeds; otherwise, it fails.
Posted 31-Aug-10 0:23am
Edited 31-Aug-10 0:47am
Christian Graus 31-Aug-10 5:30am
IS this a question and an answer ? What is going on here ?
KunalChowdhury 31-Aug-10 5:47am
Reason for update: removed the code formatting from the text.
Christian Graus 31-Aug-10 5:49am
If you read it, the formatted section looks like it was a question, and the rest is an answer. Goodness knows why.
KunalChowdhury 31-Aug-10 5:52am
Yes, he answered his question himself. But, maybe he was looking for some controls to implement such thing.
Sandeep Mewara 31-Aug-10 14:19pm
Reason for my vote of 1
Did you asked anything here? Were you expecting something form us?

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You can do this using the MaskEdit TextBox. You can find one of such example here: MaskEdit Sample[^]. Search over net & you will find a huge nos. of examples.
suzeets 31-Aug-10 6:08am
thanx buddy..........

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