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CMS-XML Field disabled on form gets data wiped out on submit
When using javascript to disable a field, the disabled field on the form does not pass data back to server and causes data to be lost. For example, if I disable a user field that has a selected value of "Joe Manager" then when I submit the form the value of the user field will be blank.
CMS-XML Error thrown when my projects includes project with disabled submit
Error thrown when my projects includes project with disabled submit
CMS-XML If you enable then disable anonymous submit, you will always get a license error in system admin if you have no external user licenses
When anonymous submit is enabled an external user license is required. However is you then disable anonymous submit you continue to get a license error for external user when you logon to system administrator.
CMS-XML JavaScript API cannot set a Disabled field
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CMS-XML Protocol checkboxes in Component server tabs no longer disable the unticked protocol
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CMS-XML In certain specific cases, all dependencies set in composer may become disabled after deploy
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CMS-XML Users cannot restore disabled users unless "Delete User" privilege is granted
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CMS-XML Sort functionality disabled when editing a group in the SBM Application Administrator
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CMS-XML Cannot disable a role at the sub project level when role is enabled at the Parent Project level.
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CMS-XML Action dropdown defaults to last item in the list with IE and HTML 5 disabled.
3. IE 10, 11 ( only with compatibility view on ) 4. HTML 5 disabled at Base Project level 5. Need to be using a Custom Submit form.
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