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When the status is "Completed" or "Complete" no one should be able to edit a record.

I wrote the following validation rule:

AND(OR( AND( NOT(ISCHANGED(Status)),
OR( ISPICKVAL(Status, 'Complete'), 
 ISPICKVAL(Status, 'Completed') ) ), 
 AND( ISCHANGED(Status),
OR( ISPICKVAL(PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Complete'), 
 ISPICKVAL(PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Completed')))))

But the above rule throws an error even when I'm changing the status picklist to a value other than "Completed" or "Complete".

  • What are you trying to achieve? – rahul gawale Apr 19 at 9:53
  • You could also change the recordtype when status is completed and assign that recordtype to a page layout where all the fields are read only. – cropredy Apr 19 at 15:34
  • Is there a reason you're checking whether status has changed? Did you want to prevent any other edits when the status is changed to Complete as well? – IllusiveBrian Apr 21 at 1:54
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You can try like below, when old status is either Complete or Completed, it will not allow you to update the record -

AND( 
  OR( 
    ISPICKVAL( PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Complete'), 
    ISPICKVAL( PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Completed') 
  ), 
  NOT( ISNEW() ) 
)
  • Hi Radhe, it's working in 1 scenario but it's not working other scenarios For eg old status =working and changes to new Status = Complete this scenario it's not working – harsha naidu Apr 19 at 12:22
  • Add one more condition for previous value of Working and new value of Complete in OR condition. Like below - AND( OR( ISPICKVAL( PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Complete'), ISPICKVAL( PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Completed'), AND(ISPICKVAL( PRIORVALUE(Status), 'Working'), ISPICKVAL( Status, 'Complete')) ), NOT( ISNEW() ) ) – daru badnaam Apr 19 at 12:35

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