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Nintex form is not validating the form when we set validation on a field within the repeating control.

Question asked by akatla on Jun 22, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 25, 2015 by akatla

Hi there,

 

I find the cause of this issue.

However we still need to fix the issue.

 

Environment:

  • Nintex Forms for Office 365

 

Steps:

  • Create a custom list (Just default Title mandatory field shown be fine to test).
  • Customize the form with Nintex form:
    • Add a repeating control.
    • Add a single line of text inside the repeating control.
    • Change the Data Type of that field to Integer and add the following validation (Culprit) :
      • Use range validation ‘Yes’
      • Set a Min & Max value (100, 999)
    • Save and Publish the form.
  • Test:
    • Add new item in the list.
    • Leave the Mandatory Title field blank.
    • Add new row to the repeating table (By doing this we should have 2 rows).
    • Add a value ‘1’ to the second row
    • Try to Save the form.
      • Form saved with Title field validation.

If we remove the Validation (Culprit) the form works fine.

 

Please find the attached Nintex form for you to reproduce the issue.

 

Thanks,

Arvi Katla

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