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I have a list where I use Infopath Forms. Users use these forms to enter data. They should also attach something in the form, but if they don't attach anything and click save, I want that the item is not saved, but a textbox becomes visible where they have to write the reason for not attaching a file. I have not found a way to accomplish this out of the box in InfoPath or SharePoint Designer 2013. I also have not found a way to enter client side code with JavaScript in InfoPath. I also don't have the possiblity to add a Content Editor web part.
Is there a way to implement this validation logic in InfoPath?

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If I understood you correctly, you just need to make your attachments mandatory, right!

So in this case, you can do the following:

  • In your data source, Right-click the attachment field, and select Properties

  • At Validation, set

    Attach is blank
    

Read more at how to make attachments mandatory in InfoPath,. Also, you can find another workaround at Make attachment field mandatory in InfoPath

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  • No. It is not just making the attachment mandatory, but to make another control (a textbox) visible, prevent the form from closing and force to the user to enter a text, if the attachment field is blank when the user tries to save the form.
    – Code Pope
    Mar 29, 2022 at 18:06

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