By default, the invisible fields belonging to inactive regions will be ignored by Form Validation, we need to set . In order to validate particular region, we can use validate Container(container) method.Then use is Valid Container(container) method to determine the container is valid or not.I can't use any events (change, enter, exit) for the txt Box since the user may not enter or focus on the txt Box.
How can I validate if info that is entered into a txt Box on a form/view that is a tab?
I have an Account level tab where users are suppose to enter info about the account.
Hi guys, I have a main form with a tab control on it which has several tab sections.
The first 2 tab sections have data related to the main form & need to be completed before the remaining tab sections are enabled.
So each main record created should have at least 1 record in the subform section.
I thought this check would be straightforward but it has become more complicated due to the structure of the tab control.Using Form Validation, you can validate the wizard-like interfaces such as tabs, collapsible panels, accordions.When using these kind of components, the form fields are split into multiple regions which there is only active, visible one at any time.The subforms are located within a tab control in the parent form.So when i complete the data entry in the parent form & try to move to the subforms in the tabs, the validation code obviously runs & notifies me that the subforms have no records entered (which is correct).I want to check for that info before they can move to another record.