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Disable control - O365

Question asked by jasondurr on Oct 20, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 22, 2015 by euang

Hi,

 

I am currently using a number of forms in an Office 365 solution. Within the forms I frequently use controls that are connected to list columns. I have found that when I submit the form that the value gets deleted from the list column if the control is disabled. Am I getting this wrong, or should the field merely become read-only if it is disabled?

I also tried to keep the control enabled and set the Control Mode to 'display'. This also removed the value from the list column.

I only found this behaviour on O365 and not with my Forms 2013 instance.

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