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Yes there should be preview screen before committing data to server But, Why not to correct data in preview screen As preview is explicitly "to view" not to edit it (correct it). Because editing (correcting) is done on user local machine where application is already installed. User should be able to select records (or unselect records) in the preview ...


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YES, I THING IT MUST HAVE There are highly chances to have errors in uploaded excel documents which may here or there. In terms of preview, what we can do here is show all uploaded records as table format which may inline with your brand guidelines with editable clicking on particular cell like inline editing option. Like how we are showing errors in ...


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I wouldn't show nothing and prevent the user from continuing - That will only create confusion and frustrate the user. The best method for handling user errors is preventing them in the first place. You can't always do this entirely but usually there is something you can do, build some logic in your application that means the user won't have to deal with ...


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Train your users Start by letting your users know how to use the system, and define some common notices. For example: Explain the process Now, you can tell them that if they do something unexpected, they won't be able to do the task. You can also add a right click notice to explain EXACTLY what is wrong (and of course, tell them "right click on element for ...


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Perhaps a div at the top or bottom that expands when an error has been detected, and collapses when a new selection is made or a close button has been pushed? Animation, color choice, and sizing would be key to ensure that it's noticed, but isn't overly obtrusive.



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