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3 targets - 2 fillable - Compare Validate

Hello.. I have three fields of which two of the three can be populated. One 1 and one 2. Issue is that if I enter "1" in the first field, two asterisks appear and can't seem to get it working properly. Any ideas? Thank you. http://dnndev …

Author: Jeff M.
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Form - Validate type compare dates

I have a form and on the add form, I have a validate type comparing dates. On the add form, this works fine and if the expiration date/time is before the effective date, it notifies me of such.  Once I make the expiration date after the effective …

Author: Jeff M.
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validate change on dropdown value selected

I am trying to validate that the dropdown box has been changed. example value 1 ="N/A". 2="NY" I have several dropdowns that must be validated as changed on form. I tried this but creates error, can anyone help please. <Validate type="compare" …

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Validate - How Do We do a Numeric Compare (not String)?

We have the following on a From: (using Brackets instead of &lt; or &gt;) [Validate Type="Compare" Target="Subtotal" Operator="LessThan" CompareTarget="SpendingLimit" CssClass="NormalRed …

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How do you use the Compare Validator

Is there an example of using the Compare Validator on the Validation tab on a Textbox? What I want to do. I have a field called Title and want it to be unique. How best would I accomplish this?

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