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Validation Message Bug

Here are the results of using ‌‌‌zwnj for the text value of the validate control. The validate text value is set to ‌‌‌zwnj for the Clinic ddl control on the left, and the validate text value is set to * for the department ddl control on the right. I …

Author: Drew
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Database Validation in Template

The validation that you're trying to use functions only within forms. Most likely it's generating a tag in the html (<validate>) but it is just being passed/parsed as text, not an actual control. You may want to consider changing your approach on …

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validate radio button group - test for value

I'd like to do a comparison validation of a radio button group. Will XMP validation tag work with radio button groups? I'd like to test for a specific value to be FALSE for a radio button group. Example: If radiobuttongroupname.value is anything but …

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When is SQL evaluated when contained in xmod:select?

Hi Xmod gurus, I think I suspect the answer to this question, but you guys have often surprised me with solutions outside the box! I've been trying to use the <xmod:select> statement as a type of input validation, and have not been having too …

Author: Fenske
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Two submit buttons - only one runs validation

Hi there, I am working on a large form that has the requirement to "Save Draft" and "Submit Final" as actions on buttons / links. Save Draft should NOT run any validation (but write to the database) but Submit Final should respect all the Validation …

Author: bensch
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