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You'd just have to specify that there's a requirement of at least one letter or number somewhere in the string. Here's a possible solution: ^(\w| )*[0-9A-Za-z](\w| )*$ This says we must match zero or more word characters (0-9, a-z, A-Z, and underscore) or a space, one letter or number, followed by zero or more word characters or a space.


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I had the same issue and I've got this working now: Instead of: <option value="">None</option> Use the following: <option label="Please Select" value=""></option> I hope this helps, thanks.


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I have made some code changes. Now On click of 'Validate All', box also expands as well as validation gets performed. Check this Playground link - Link Hope this is useful & your problem is solved.


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As you are using <template if:true={expanded}>, the body of this template will be removed from DOM when the condition becomes false. So, you can use a div with hide or show as below: <div class={wrapClasses}> <lightning-input>....</lightning-input> <lightning-input>....</lightning-input> </div> JS: get ...


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I think you want you regex to look like this: \w*\d Where \w matches all word characters and the * matches the previous the condition and \d looks numeric numbers


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for a best practice don't use recordtypeid in formula. because id 'll different in each environment. Name 'll be same in all environments. so your formula should be: AND( RecordType.DeveloperName = "The_recordtypename", ISCHANGED( AAc_Id ), OR( yyyyyyyy__c=true, TEXT(Suuuuuu__C) = "Completed" ) )


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