Update: It appears it simply validates both when you are attempting to exit a row and when you are attempting to enter one.
So the real question would be how to stop it from running the function if it's entering the row.
I can check to see that there is an issue, and throw the appropriate error message if there is.
I need a method of stopping the user from leaving a row if there is invalid data in it (e.g., a field that cannot be null is).- This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties and confers no rights.Jeffrey, Though I original thought that this would work, I have since realized that the Row Validation event does not trigger at a time which makes it feasible to stop a user from leaving a row when there is theoretically invalid data in the record.How to get a value of an unbound column within the Row Updating or Row Inserting event handler Thanks, Plato Disclaimer: The information provided on Dev and its affiliated web properties is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind.
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