Thanks for getting back to me. We are using 5.3.
We do not have the ability to use Custom Actions as our client doesn't allow custom code (assemblies.)
Form Component Behavior I don't believe will allow us to implement the validation that we need due the complexity.
An example of this validation is:
- if a user selects a given radio button, the sum of two text boxes in the form must exceed a certain value…if not do not allow a submit
- if a user selects a given radio button, The value in one text box should be set to zero, and in another text box must be greater than zero.
we have numerous fields where we need to implement this type of functionality. This should be easily accomplished with Jquery however with qListForm there is no PreSaveAction method like with a normal add/edit form in SharePoint.
Ideally, Custom Actions would be the way to do it, though we simply do not have that ability.
Any help would be much appreciated, thanks. mark