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    24 comments  ·  2 - Nintex Forms for SharePoint  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi all,

    With the development of Universal Forms, we are including accepted file types, rule-based logic for required/not-required, maximum number of files, minimum number of files, and maximum file size. This should also include invalida characters.

    If you have any other requirements, please let us know in the comments section below.

    Cheers,
    Euan

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    Barry commented  · 

    Nintex Forms breaks the standard SharePoint attachment name validation.

    Within SharePoint standard forms characters such as ampersands are highlighted and users are prompted to correct any issues before submission. However, when using Nintex Forms there is no validation and any file name can be submitted by users.

    This results in an exception when list items are created and renders Nintex forms useless for anything which relies on attachments.

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    Barry commented  · 

    In my book the fact that using Nintex forms breaks standard Sharepoint functionality makes this a bug.

    Not being able to confidently attach documents within a SharePoint form is ludicrous. At a minimum attaching a document should provide the same feedback that standard SharePoint forms offer.

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    Barry commented  · 

    Validation of unsupported characters needs to be provided in Nintex Forms. It's a huge hole in attachment validation and leaves some serious gaps in attachment functionality.

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