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Helper IV
Helper IV

Disbabled Submit Button

I want to Disable my Submit button if all required fields have no input. Can you help me ? Heres my code on Displaymode button

 

 

If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Paternity leave",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_12.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Bereavement Leave",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_24.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Maternity leave",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_21.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Leave for Victim of Violence (Women&Children)",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_27.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Parental Leave for Solo Parents",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_18.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Sick Leave",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_9.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
) & If(
Leavetype.Selected.Value = "Vacation Leave",
If(
Value(TextInput2_9.Text) > Value(TextInput1_9.Text),
DisplayMode.Disabled,
('SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid),
Edit,
DisplayMode.Disabled
)
)

2 ACCEPTED SOLUTIONS

Accepted Solutions
WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @pword ,

Note the below is free-typed, so watch commas, brackets etc, but you should get the idea.

With(
   {
      wLeave:Leavetype.Selected.Value,
      wLeaveAmt:Value(TextInput2_9.Text)
   },
   If(
      !'SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid ||
      (
         wLeave = "Paternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_12.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Bereavement Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_24.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Maternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Leave for Victim of Violence (Women&Children)" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_27.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Parental Leave for Solo Parents" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_18.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Sick Leave" || wLeave = "Vacation Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_9.Text)
      ),
      DisplayMode.Disabled,
      DisplayMode.Edit
   )
)

 

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Hi @pword ,

You have an and/or mix that needs bracketing - when you state

wLeave = "Maternity leave" &&
wMLQualified = "Not Qualified" ||
wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text

do you mean

wLeave = "Maternity leave" &&
(wMLQualified = "Not Qualified" || wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text)

or

(wLeave = "Maternity leave" && wMLQualified = "Not Qualified") || 
wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text

 

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24 REPLIES 24
WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @pword ,

Note the below is free-typed, so watch commas, brackets etc, but you should get the idea.

With(
   {
      wLeave:Leavetype.Selected.Value,
      wLeaveAmt:Value(TextInput2_9.Text)
   },
   If(
      !'SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid ||
      (
         wLeave = "Paternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_12.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Bereavement Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_24.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Maternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Leave for Victim of Violence (Women&Children)" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_27.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Parental Leave for Solo Parents" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_18.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Sick Leave" || wLeave = "Vacation Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_9.Text)
      ),
      DisplayMode.Disabled,
      DisplayMode.Edit
   )
)

 

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Hi @WarrenBelz  How to disbable my submit button if my checkbox was uncheck. I use your code but my submit button was enable  while my check box was uncheck. Thank you

Attached my screenshot

checkbox.PNGcheckbox1.PNG

@pword ,

You just need add the checkbox condition

If(
   !'SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid ||
   !YourCheckboxName.Value ||
   ( . . . .       

 

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@WarrenBelz  I try your code but my submit was disable while my checkbox was checked. Thank you

 

code.PNGscreenshot2.PNG

@pword ,

Then there is something else wrong with your filter as !Checkbox1_1.Value means it is testing for it to be unchecked (if it is checked, this test will fail). Did the rest of the code work without this in?

Yes @WarrenBelz , the rest of the code is working. But i want my checkbox to be required, even if checked or unchecked my checkbox,  my sumbit button was disbable when i put the checkbox condition.

@pword ,

There is a bug there somewhere, however try this (the long way)

With(
   {
      wLeave:Leavetype.Selected.Value,
      wLeaveAmt:Value(TextInput2_9.Text),
      wNoCheck:CheckBox1_1.Value <> true
   },
   If(
      !'SLDCC Leave Form'.Valid || wNoCheck ||
      (
         wLeave = "Paternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_12.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Bereavement Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_24.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Maternity leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_21.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Leave for Victim of Violence (Women&Children)" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_27.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Parental Leave for Solo Parents" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_18.Text)
      ) ||
      (
         wLeave = "Sick Leave" || wLeave = "Vacation Leave" && 
         wLeaveAmt > Value(TextInput1_9.Text)
      ),
      DisplayMode.Disabled,
      DisplayMode.Edit
   )
)

 

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Thank you but It's still the same @WarrenBelz . See screenshot below maybe it can help

 

check.PNGdaata.PNGgal.PNG

 

 

@pword ,

Put a label on the screen with Checkbox1_1.Value and check/uncheck it to see what is shown. Also why do you have those values on the OnCheck and OnUncheck - they do not make a lot of sense to me presently. Also what type of field is it writing to?

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