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Client side file field validation on Update form?

Thread began 3/26/2013 11:08 am by Andrew Read | Last modified 3/26/2013 11:31 am by Andrew Read | 556 views | 1 replies

Andrew Read

Client side file field validation on Update form?

Me again... ;)

If you chose a File Field as a required element when setting up form validations it creates a client side SPRY validation as well as the server side validation. As per your suggestion in the Data Assist forum, I don't think that it will work. Should WADB be creating this, or is there a better way to deal with the file field being required on the setup of the form on my end?

To make matters worse if you click on the SPRY area to delete it you get an error message in DW "The structure of this widgit appears to be damaged. Go to Code view and repair the widget, or replace the widged" so deleting it won't be easy. :)

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