Can you put some screenshots to show what result you're getting? Did you try to put a calculated field with the formula so you can see the result? If so, what result did you get?
Hi Courtney Vargo
Yes, I tried using calculated value it returns false
I have 15 to 16 fields on my form that I want them to be enabled only to the user who saved the form as a draft.
For now I tried the rule on one field
please find the screen shots
Save button settings
I have also tried the formula user equals in the control settings of the field it did not work( in the sense it did not let me edit and I am the one who saved the form as draft
Please let me know if I am wrong ( or my settings are wrong), also please let me know if you need more details from me.
Thank you for all your help, I really appreciate it.
In the "modified by" field of your item, are you listed there? Did you also make calculated value fields that are simply "Current User" and "Modified By" to see what those values look like?
I used userequals(currentuser, modifiedby) on to the calculated value
it shows false.
I have found a workaround ( my co-worker helped me with the workflow).
I wanted to share with you ( in case if any one might find helpful)
created this workflow in the background
see the attached
and then I constructed a formula on the form
Its working fine for now...!!
Please do let me know about your thoughts...
Once again, I really appreciate every one helping me out in this( seriously, you have no idea how much I appreciate this conversation )
Hey Rams, glad you were able to get to a solution! What I meant when I was asking about the "Did you also make calculated value fields that are simply "Current User" and "Modified By" to see what those values look like?" was something like this:
Which in editor looks like:
And in Edit looks like:
That way, you could see if Current user and Modified By truly matched or not.