The Error Result property determines whether the value of the control is in error.
Property Type: Dynamic
Default Value: No default value is applied to this property
The result of this property can be:
Hierarchical Reference: ControlNameError
The default value of the property can be changed by any of the following methods:
Ensure this property is either a null (blank) OR can result in a 0 (zero) value.
Failure to do this will result in the control always being in error and will not allow a specification to be completed.
|Error Result Property Value||Result||Notes|
|The control will never be in error|
|IF(LengthReturn="", "Please enter a value", 0)||The message Please enter a value will be displayed in the task list during specification when the control Length is less than 1000||Use the rule builder to apply the rule|
|IF(LengthReturn<1000 , 2, 0)||The message as calculated by the Form Message 2 will be displayed in the task list during specification when the control Length is less than 1000||Use the rule builder to apply the rule|
Value can be controlled by a rule.
Form Messages are accessed from DriveWorks Administrator.
These allow common messages to be allocated an incremental number that can be referenced in the Error Result property of form controls.
The Error Result property determines if the message is to be displayed during specification.
Form messages are displayed in the task list.
A custom message that can be displayed as specification tasks during specification.