I'm sorry for the "Urgent", but none of my users can use our only Sharepoint List Form.
We have a Date Picker in it, that doesnt seem to accept any entries, it keeps erroring "An entry is required or has an invalid value. Please correct and try again".
I have removed the Date Picker Card completely and re-added using the Data Fields window, however even the fresh version of it is not working.
Attached is the Error and also the Update function on the Card itself. As I said, I re-added the card, which seems to reset the Card back to default, however, that doesnt help.
This Form used to work with an older Date picker, which did not support Time as well as Date.
We've since noticed the new version, applied it, but it's not working. Reverting back to the original version also no longer works.
Solved! Go to Solution.
There is a bug fix rolling out world-wide on 6/6 to address Date Picker issues with respect to default values, etc. However, this bug is most likely the same issue. The underlying problem is that the value is reset to default (in most cases null) before the form is submitted. Other less widely used controls are also affected (Toggle, Slider, etc.)
Is there a workaround?
Anyway we could create a Field, with number input, in format dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm and then convert it to the Date type and Output on Update?
Yeah ! Sounds like I will wait until the 6th and hope for the best !
Is there a tracker for this issue at all?
Thanks for replying
A few users encountered the same issue here. I was directed to this topic by a Microsoft support engineer.
@LanceDelano You state a fix should be rolled out by 6/7. Am I correct in presuming this is tomorrow June 7th (2018-06-07)?
i got the same problem!!
it turn to default or null when submit the form.
also it is very slow and maybe it can be said it stop when save.
how to solve? or we have to wait for microsoft?
does microsoft known the problem?
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