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Lotus Domino Designer - Validate that time is entered for date/time field.

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I have an editable field in a form.  It is a date/time field that displays both date and time.  How do I ensure that the user enters both a date and a time?  Right now, they can clear out the time portion (default value is @now) and it will submit without a time.
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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Not sure, but I'd try with
     @IsTime(datevalue) & @Text(datevalue; "D0S0")!="" & @Text(datevalue; "T0S1")!=""
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Thank you so much!  It would have taken me hours to figure this out!
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