If the variable is set to true, the service will apply Reader Extensions rights to the document.
Thanks Jasmin; I just quite confused because I was unable to understand the need for usage rights after the form is submitted.
I think this option is useful if we need to send this form to a user through email(and similar cases).
Am I correct?
"This communication is intended only for the named recipient and others authorized to receive it.
It contains confidential or legally privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify us immediately, and note that any disclosure, copying, distribution or action you may take in reliance on this communication is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Unless indicated otherwise, this communication is not intended, nor should it be taken to create any legal and/or contractual relation or otherwise. Ministry of Finance (MOF) is neither liable for the proper and complete transmission of the communication, nor for any delay in its receipt.
Whilst MOF undertakes all reasonable efforts to screen outgoing e-mails for viruses, it cannot be held liable for any viruses transmitted by this e-mail."
Well there are some cases where you submit the form but there is server side code that runs.
If that code fails, then you might end up in the other routes (fsAction=1 or 2).
By default a normal submit uses the top route (fsAction =0).