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I for myself build in an external „control“ in all of my validation fields: I do something like
@If(!@IsDocBeingSaved | DoNotEvaluate = "1"; @Return( @Success ) ; "")
as the very first line of my validation formula.
like that I can easily stop all validations by setting the -computed for display- field „DoNotEvaluate“ to „1“ if I want to save without validation...
in more complex forms I make the field multi value und put the sections in there, that do not have to validate at that moment.. the DoNotValidate field then has values like "Section 1" : "Section 3", and the validation formula asks for its own section instead of „1“. Of course there is an "all" value to save a draft... the first line of the validation formula then looks like
@If(!@IsDocBeingSaved | DoNotEvaluate *= "Section 1" : "All"; @Return( @Success ) ; "")
This is a request to be able to do a temporary save.