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I have 4 fields (numeric):
Logically, the 3 sub fields should total the TotalBudget fields (but not automactially calculate).
I have a 5th field (formula) called SummedBudget with this calculation and it works as desired:
Now I'm trying to create a validation rule to ensure TotalBudget equals SummedBudget but the validation error occurs even when they match, using these parameters:
Field name (or regular expression): TotalBudget
Action to execute *: Validation rule
Execute only on user action: unchecked
Validation rule: blank
Hi @Alex Medved _ConfiForms_ thanks I've tried this but have the same issue. If I don't inlclude ! at the beginning of the condition it accepts all entries even if they don't equal. If I do include ! it won't accept any entries even when they do equal.
Could this be due to fldSummedBudget is a formula field type and fldTotalBudget is numeric?
My bad had JIRA in mind due to the field and validator thing.
WHat do you use for form in Confluence ? It does not support forms without app, are you using Confiform ?