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matt_65

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Hi,

I have a Web Service which is returning a HTML stream which I would like to put in a Memo field and allow the user to edit the text in a WYSIWYG manner, is this possible in BPM9?

At the moment when I put the HTML into the Memo field I am seeing the raw HTML data and it is not being converted to RTF.

I have seen references on this forum to FCKeditor and people using this in v7, has anyone used the replacement CKeditor in v9?

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Matt



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Jerome

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Try using a RTF field. Most HTML will render, although the editing is limited.

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Excuse my ignorance, which control type is the RTF field?

 

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Matt

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It is called Rich Text. I believe it was introduced in 9.1.

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Damn, only on 9.0 SR3.

Was burned when upgraded to SR3 so have to wait a little longer to work through some priority DEV on my test server before I can even look at 9.1.

9.1 does sound pretty good though.

Thanks for the reply, I guess this portion of the process can be done last.

Thanks for your assistance Jerome.
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9.1.2 is out now, in addition to a few hot fixes for 9.1.1.  Would be worth upgrading when you are able.
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