When using checkvalidformat
, set the compute on each page of the form, rather than on the form as a whole.
This will improve performance as well as informing users of any incorrectly entered data when they try to leave a page. If checkvalidformat
is set to only check when the entire form is completed, users may have to go back several pages to correct errors.
Three optional parameters are available for form designers to set the range of validation.
- reference – this indicates the subsection to validate. For example: "PAGE1", "FIELD1", or "". If no value is set, the default is "" (an empty string), which will refer to the current object.
- referenceType – this indicates the type of reference. For example: "form", "page", or "item". If no value is set, the default is "form", which means to select the entire form.
- schema – this indicates the format of the references. If there is no schema set, the default is "XFDL"
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