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Failed data integrity check



I get 'Failed data integrity check' in a new form I am working on. The relationships fields are populated by formulas with input from virtual fields that select from the correct tables and the right IDs / foreign keys.

Is this not permitted, even if the correct IDs are being used?

Referential integrity is disabled.

Thanks / KG

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I discovered how silly this question was. I just tried with a simpler form and realized that indeed you may submit such values (as long as they meet the field data type requirement, and it might be where I have an issue..). 

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