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CMS-XML Fields in the Risks, Communication and Implementation tabs will disappear during submit
If you submit an Item into SSM 4.5 Change Management > Changes project and you attach a graphical file whilst checking the ' Show File as Image ' checkbox during submit, the fields in the Risks, Communication and Implementation tabs will disappear. You will not be able to submit anything into them during submit. You will be able to update the fields in the aforementioned tabs during subsequent transitions such as 'Update'.
CMS-XML Some images within published KB articles show as broken images
b) Attach an image. IMPORTANT: Be sure to check the box for " Show file as image ".
CMS-XML Attached images are not print when using the print form
Also, when you create a print form, you can include the Attachments on the form. When the print form includes the Attachments section and there is an image that was added using the " Show File as Image " option, the image is displayed on the form. However, when you actually print using this form, the image is not printed.
CMS-XML Custom transition forms are being shrunk in size when image attachments are addes with 'Show File as Image' setting.
Custom transition forms are being shrunk in size when image attachments are addes with ' Show File as Image ' setting.
CMS-XML How does the Knowledge Management Process App work in conjunction with articles and attachments
Beware of DEF212347 and using the option to " show file as image ". The publish does not copy the image on the file system and it does not add the extra row to the TS_ATTACHMENTS table. Instead, the article in the TKP_KP_PUBLISHED aux table still references the original Knowledge Management task.

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