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December 30, 2015 at 16:49 in reply to: Error: The property or field has not been initialized #9713
Thank you that was the issue, I had a capitalization in the internal name that shouldn’t have been there.
So now it is working fine. I don’t know what happened, however I did notice that my compatibility mode settings seemed to trigger something. And that I need to be out of compatibility mode for the config GUI. Thanks for your help!
I don’t have any other code solutions working on that list, only custom css, and that is not on the NewForm.aspx page only a list view. I will try and start on a fresh list and see if that works. Oh, the list I am trying to use this on is a Calendar list. Since I know those can behave differently, do you think that would cause any issues?
I have a CEWP underneath the form that references this txt file. The form worked once initially and created a list configuration item and list. Now it no longer works and pops up with the message I mentioned earlier. Also the “Enhance with DFFS” option that renders below the form isn’t working either. It did work one time and hasn’t since then. I don’t know if its a fluke? I can try blowing away the CEWP and List and again, if you think that might work?
I tried that and I am still getting the pop up error saying I need to add the variable. I haven’t tried blowing it away if you think that would help. I included an attachment of how I am adding the variable, please let me know if that is incorrect.
Thanks again for your help.