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locked out field from further updates on a certain date

Hello, 

I am trying to find a way to make field locked out from further updates if today is the end of the month and I am trying to make field locked out from further updates if the field in the form has been updated. 

 

any thoughts  of how to address this,

 

Thanks

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Mona1 ,

Firstly the way to "lock out" a form would be to change its Mode - so looking at the circumstances you have described.

You would have to define what constitutes "updated" - if you mean a something changed during the month, the best way would be to use the Modified property of the record. The end of the month is a formula as below.

Firstly, put a custom card on the form and Insert two labels. Call one TodayMonth with the formula

Month(Today())

Call the other ModDate with this

Month(Modified)

So putting it all together in the DisplayMode of the form

If(
    TodayMonth = ModDate || 
    Today() = DateAdd(
        DateAdd(
            Date(
                Year(Today()),
                Month(Today()),
                1
            ),
            1,
            Months
        ),
        -1,
        Days
    ),
    FormMode.View,
    FormMode.Edit
)

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Mona1 ,

Firstly the way to "lock out" a form would be to change its Mode - so looking at the circumstances you have described.

You would have to define what constitutes "updated" - if you mean a something changed during the month, the best way would be to use the Modified property of the record. The end of the month is a formula as below.

Firstly, put a custom card on the form and Insert two labels. Call one TodayMonth with the formula

Month(Today())

Call the other ModDate with this

Month(Modified)

So putting it all together in the DisplayMode of the form

If(
    TodayMonth = ModDate || 
    Today() = DateAdd(
        DateAdd(
            Date(
                Year(Today()),
                Month(Today()),
                1
            ),
            1,
            Months
        ),
        -1,
        Days
    ),
    FormMode.View,
    FormMode.Edit
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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