I'm working on an xdp document which has a fragment in it. Even though I never change anything in this fragment, the form intermittently gets the warning "This fragment reference has local overrides to one or more properties of the source fragment". The only way I've found to clear this is to remove the fragment and then put it back in again.
Does anyone know a way to stop this from happening or failing that a way to remove the local overrides?
If you have references set up in your fragment, then you change the reference in the main form that error will be generated. Typically this is due to binding configuration. So you woudl use a relative reference in the fragment and when you load it into that main form you would only have to update the binding on the root node of the fragment.
Hope that helps
I've had to stop using fragments altogether because of this bug: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3117315#3117315
I think I did solve it though. IIRC there was some kind of pagination setting in the fragment or referencing form (can't remember which) that caused it to put line feeds/carriage returns into the XML for no apparent reason.
Sorry I can't be more precise.
Thanks a lot... that actually solved my problem. It was very simple issue that I changed one of the properties of the fragment inside the container form. When I removed all settings from the XML Source, the error was cleared.
Thank you for posting this, i have same issues as OP. Except im using OLEDB connection.
Im working with a simple value-list that i want to populate with database data. I created a fragment drop-down list as well as added in that fragment the datasource to the DB.
On the fragment page, when i press F5 it loads in great and i can see the data.
I save and quite, then open another form and slide that fragment on my form, then i endup with that fragment error OP was explaining.
Im using LiveCycle Designer 8.2.
Is there any way to fix this little problem so that i could use that fragment drop-down-list anywhere and anytime?
Im at a Beginner level. But i will ask if i need more clarification
thank you very much,
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