I am working with a Nintex Form in SP 2013. I have a field which in SharePoint the column is set for numbers and I have it restricted to 9 or 10 digits. This is set as a required field, numbers can be duplicated. When the form is published I get an error on this one field. I can't seem to figure out why.
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I found a way to get the Nintex form to do what I need. I created a validation rule on the field (field name is PN4Digits) with the condition:
Thank you for your reply Steve White! My way is actually not turning out well. Is there a way to do this your way, but where the number of digits required depends on the value selected on another named control on the form? Our complete requirement is:
If ProductNumberType = A, ProductNumberField1 must be exactly 4 digits, else exactly 5 digits.
If ProductNumberType = A, ProductNumberField2 must be exactly 4 digits, else exactly 3 digits.
The main difficulty I'm having is getting Nintex Forms to recognize leading zeros as part of the string. Both ProductNumberFieldX fields are single line of text in the list settings.