As the title suggests I am looking for a way to prevent my users from selecting a date before the current day in a date picker in a Confiforms form. I know that there is an option to add regex. Has anyone tried this? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Hey Alex! I was able to follow the link and get the example form in to my space. I have the validation working and it sends my error message. The issue I am facing now is that my forms have multiple date pickers. Certain date pickers are only shown when other fields are selected. For example: I have a normal request and a miscellaneous request in the same form. the fields differ depending on if Normal or Miscellaneous is selected in the drop down. If the user selects Normal, and fills out all accompanying information the form will not submit because the date picker in Miscellaneous is not passing validation because the empty picker is not showing as a date in the future. Am I able to set multiple conditions? Or would I need to set up an extra rule somehow?
As always thanks for the great responses!
Well, just tune the condition in the rule to only apply when necessary
Meaning something like - when the selection in some other field matches some value and the date is not empty and not after "today" then show the error message
Hey Alex, I am working on something very similar to this but have ran in to small snag. I need to let users select a date that is today and forward. Using the mydate:<[now], the user has to go in and move the clock to a minute ahead to all them to pass the validation. Is there a way to set something like mydate:<[now]-1 minute.? That way I can set [now] as the default starting interval and still pass validation.
Please let me know. Thanks!
I just cannot get this to work......Field is called Desired Launch Date
Set the validation on the field to DesiredLaunchDate:<[entry._today]
Added a validation defition and set that to the same DesiredLaunchDate:<[entry._today]
Still lets me pick any date I want. Clearly i'm misunderstanding and doing something wrong.
You cannot prevent this in UI, but you can validate the data submitted and prevent this from being submitted
Have you set this as a condition in your ConfiForms Field Definition Rule?
Have you also selected action to be "validate" and defined the message to show when the validation fails?
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