In this example, I would like to validate the length of the ID number as well as that it only contains numbers. Of course if it must be numbers, just use a number column, but if it’s meant for ID, Reference or other type of numbers then this works great! Change formula to validate the length you need = for example employee number – only 6 digits and only numbers. This is also available in SharePoint on-premises versions.
=IF(LEN([Identity Number])=13,ISNUMBER([Identity Number]+0),FALSE)
or you can use:
=AND(LEN([Identity Number])=13,ISNUMBER([Identity Number]+0))
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April 19, 2021 at 11:01 pm
Thanks. I tried both examples, but only the second one worked with SharePoint Online for me.
May 1, 2021 at 8:37 am
Hi Brian, all my blogs over the last 3 to 4 years were for SharePoint Online only. Glad you came right with one.