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A user hasn’t input information for all required fields but can still select the button to Save/Submit/Add. In other words: It appears as though required fields aren’t being validated, and forms/requests/proposals can be submitted with missing information.
Although the Save/Submit/Add button might appear to be selectable regardless of whether or not required information has been entered, if a user clicks the button with required fields missing, the button will become disabled, and they will be prompted to input the missing information (see screenshot below).
This happens because the required fields are validated as soon as the button is clicked. If required information is missing, the submission is blocked, the button is disabled and the user is prompted to fill in the missing information.
This functionality is common across web-based platforms where forms/fields don’t show errors until you interact with them or try to submit.