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Custom Validation for use with Regex CommandsAsked by glue on March 16, 2015 at 09:59 AM
Currently, we have a system where certain special characters are allowed in our program, but others aren't. Essentially, our program filters out any characters that aren't picked up by the Regex command: a-zA-ZæøåäöÆØÅÄÖ0-_9\s\.\/@!,:'#
The most ideal solution would be to enter a custom Regex field to validate the form for us. It would give full control using a very established technology, and easier to keep in sync with our program.
At the moment the only way a Regex Validation Command for this can be done is via the form source code and modifying the forms js file to then embed together for usage. If needed you can refer to this thread here http://www.jotform.com/answers/158697 for a good example.
However, Because of your request I have sent a ticket for this to our developers on your behalf. I can't make any guarantees or promises about this but they will look into it more for consideration as soon as they can about adding it and if that happens we will update you here at that point in time.