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Hello everyone

 

I am currently working on a database, which HR-Managers can access via WebDirect using login-information, to accede or resign their employees.

 

I have made 6 possible option types for the HR-employees to enter data into, set by an unique ID, but with the use of the same fields.

 

So...

 

X fields with option type 1 (Accede)

Y fields with option type 2 (Resign)

Z fields with option type 3 (Maternity leave / leave)

.. Etc. 6 option types in total.

 

Now, based on my project description, a couple of the fields will have to be validated / not empty, which the HR-manager is prompted to enter before the record can be committed.

 

Now, I am aware of FileMaker has it's own Field Validation, but I think the built in feature is bonkers..... (Sorry FileMaker..) 

 

Therefore I was thinking of making a script to each of the different fields, which needs validation, and is this even a good solution

 

Question one; how do I do this, the most easily? Is it possible?

I have 8 required fields for validation, fields are global.

 

Fields such as; Company Name, HR-manager name, HR-manager e-mail, employee SSN, employee name, employee surname etc. 

 

I don't want the scripts to interfere with the other option types ( X, Y, Z ) which each is set by an unique ID, as well as fields, although the fields used in these option types are from the same table.

 

Please see attached images of my setup.

 

Hope you can help me, for the best possible solution.

If you need more information, let me know.

 

/Cheers

 

P.S. The language/text on the layout is Danish, although shouldn't be considered an issue for understanding my problem.

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