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First line no REQUIRING possible?

Thread began 7/05/2010 1:45 pm by Cologne | Last modified 10/08/2010 10:36 am by Jason Byrnes | 960 views | 5 replies |

Cologne

First line no REQUIRING possible?

Hi,

when I design a new form, the first line1, set1 is not required...even if I check the box :-(

Denis

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Eric Mittman

Was the form originally created without this validation applied to the field? Please post back with a copy of the page in question in a zip archive so we can take a closer look at it. Did you just apply the required type validation to the field in the Form Builder interface?

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klm0412257

Any Response on This?

I am running into the same issues.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what version of form builder are you using?

after checking the required validation option, did you click the apply button to update the preview?

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klm0412257

Figure it Out

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klm0412257

I figured it out.

I just bought the software within the last 2 months. V.1.02.

The issue comes when the Client Side Validation is unchecked, and only Server Side validation is used.

I am building a form without the blur option, so experimented with getting rid of the Blur along with the Client Side Validation. Took me a while, but figured it out.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Thank you for the clarification on the issue.

I have logged this in our bugbase to be addressed in a future version.

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