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AkshayManke
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Validation - Form Should not Submit Until Some Value is Added

Hello Everyone,

 

I have developed one App with multiple amount fields. I need a rule/valudation where, the user should not be able to submit the form until he adds some values in the amount field. I tried adding a Popup, but i already have one Popup (Added the code in to the OnSelect button) for making attachments mandatory and, adding another one with is not working as expected.

 

Below the code of OnSelect:

 

If(
    CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0,
    UpdateContext({Popup: true}),
    SubmitForm(InitialForm);
    Navigate(
        Home
    )
)

 

 Can anyone please suggest any logic? 

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v-siky-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AkshayManke ,

 

I think these two cases can share a pop-up, but the shared pop-up show different message based on the condition(Attachment is empty or Amount is Blank)

Button.OnSelect: 

If(
    CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 Or IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text),
    UpdateContext({Popup: true}),
    SubmitForm(InitialForm);
    Navigate(
        Home
    )
)

 pop-up.Text:

If(CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 && !IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Attachment is required!" ,

CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) > 0 && IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Amount is required!",

CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 && IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Attachment and Amount are all required!")

Hope this helps.

Sik

 

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eka24
Super User
Super User

This is another approach, Disabled the Submit button Displaymode:

If(CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments)<=0,DisplayMode.Edit,DisplayMode.Disabled)

 

Or give Notification

If(CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments)<=0,Notify("Please Add Attachment"))

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v-siky-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AkshayManke ,

 

I think these two cases can share a pop-up, but the shared pop-up show different message based on the condition(Attachment is empty or Amount is Blank)

Button.OnSelect: 

If(
    CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 Or IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text),
    UpdateContext({Popup: true}),
    SubmitForm(InitialForm);
    Navigate(
        Home
    )
)

 pop-up.Text:

If(CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 && !IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Attachment is required!" ,

CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) > 0 && IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Amount is required!",

CountRows(DataCardValue20.Attachments) <=0 && IsBlank(AmountDataCarValue.Text), "Attachment and Amount are all required!")

Hope this helps.

Sik

 

AkshayManke
Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

Hi @eka24 , @v-siky-msft , Many Thanks for helping on this.

 

The solution given by @v-siky-msft has perfectly fitted to the exact requirement.

 

Thanks again to both of you.!!

 

Regards,

Akshay

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