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mattke07
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Required Fields Needed on Submit

I have a form that requires several fields contain information.  Currently, if I leave a field blank and press "Submit" it goes to the success screen; however, when I go back to the form, the error messages are present.

 

Id like the "Submit" button to stop the user and make them enter in all of the required fields prior to submission.

 

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@mattke07 

No problem.

 

No, leave your submit OnSelect action as-is.

Change the DisplayMode property of your button to the formula I provided.

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RandyHayes
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@mattke07 

Consider setting the DisplayMode property of your Submit button to the following (replace control names with ones used in your app):

If(myForm.Valid, Edit, Disabled)

 

I hope this is helpful for you. 

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I just started using PowerApps last week - forgive me. 

 

This is what I currently have on the "submit" button. 

SubmitForm(myForm);Navigate(myForm2,Fade)

 

So I should change to

 

If(myForm.Valid, Edit, Disabled);SubmitForm(myForm);Navigate(myForm2,Fade)

 

 

Correct?

@mattke07 

No problem.

 

No, leave your submit OnSelect action as-is.

Change the DisplayMode property of your button to the formula I provided.

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Thank you! That worked perfectly. 😀

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