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Restrict Inserted Record values on Table-Level


Ronan
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Hello @Ronan,

 

Yes. This is possible. The only pre-requisites are:

1.) You must have an auto-number field in your table.

2.) Date1 and Date2 should have a DataType of Date/Time.

 

Once these requirements are met, you just need to add a formula field to your table.

The syntax would be as follows:

CASE WHEN

[@field:Date2] < [@field:Date1]
THEN CAST( 'a' + 1 as INT)

END

 

Works for me.

 

Hope this helps.

-DN31337

Edited by DefinitelyNot31337
better workaround
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Hello guys,

 

Do note that you will only be able to create this formula field IF YOUR TABLE IS STILL CLEAN. **No invalid/restricted record exists on your table yet.

 

The line CAST( 'a' + 1 as INT) will definitely cause an error therefore preventing invalid data input.

This means that if you already have data that will cause this error, the database will just NOT let you create this formula field.

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