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Is there a function that can be called in presaveaction that will do the preliminary SP required fields validation first?

For a simple example: A form has a start date and an end date, both required fields.

Before I do my presaveaction test that Start date < end date, I'd like to ensure that the fields have already been filled in as part of the standard SP required field validation testing.

  • Do you mean solution should validate the condition on change of end date like a client side validation? – Venkat Konjeti May 23 '17 at 1:40
  • No. I mean that I want all the inbuilt standard required field validation to be done before starting the presaveaction. Not related to any change event. – southskies May 23 '17 at 3:07
  • Did you ever find a solution for run the build in validation prior to en presave action? – Morten K Nov 1 '18 at 10:52
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The only solution I can think of is to write a script to look through the page to find all the fields that have the words "Required Field" in the title and see if there is any value assigned to it.

I don't think I have any inclination to do this. Perhaps an addition to jQuery one day?

Anyone keen enough could start with something like this:

https://www.mavention.nl/showing-required-fields-when-editing-a-page-sharepoint-2013/

The answer to How do I trigger the default form validation without submitting the form was that it could not be done.

Whilst not an ideal solution, future readers could look up Save conflict - reset ratings and ratingscount in presaveaction ... the use of window.onbeforeunload may give inspiration.

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You can use PreSaveAction like the following:

<script language="javascript">
function PreSaveAction()
{
    //get your start and end date value
    //perform validation such as end date could not before start date
    return true;  // OK to proceed with the save item 
}
</script>

other useful URL: http://chandanbadajena.blogspot.com.au/2011/09/add-javascript-date-validation-into.html

here also some other answer How do I trigger the default form validation without submitting the form

  • No, these aren't solving the problem. THE REQUIREMENT IS: I do not want to have to validate that all the required fields have been supplied within the presaveaction. I want this inbuilt function to be done before presaveaction is called (or as a standard function that can be included at the start of the presaveaction function). – southskies May 23 '17 at 3:12

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