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Title

Public Web Forms Revisions

Assigned To

Demers, Scott

Brief Description

​Revise Public Web Forms site def to allow both anonymous (already supported) and authenticated users to submit to the Responses list via the Form.aspx page even when the authenticated user does not have permissions to do so.

 

Detailed Description

​Revise Public Web Forms site def to allow both anonymous (already supported) and authenticated users to submit to the Responses list via the Form.aspx page even when the authenticated user does not have permissions to do so.

This will allow web editors the ability to create forms for authenticated submission.

Comments

Demers, ScottNo presence information (2/26/2013 11:23 AM): AT the presnet time, we are unable to test a form page anonymously - upon requesting a page, a login prompt is presnted despite all obvious assets being published. Are permissions not set to anon on the subsite itself?
Demers, ScottNo presence information (2/19/2013 12:25 PM): Anonymous testing will only test form submission functionality.
 

Example Page

Any site created with the Public Web Forms site definition.

Browser/OS

 

Priority

(2) Normal

Priority Order

1

Status

(3) In Progress

Start Date

 

Due Date

 

Release Date

3/20/2013

Release Version

10.5

Server Deployment Status

(2) Sptest: UA

Requested By

 

Ticket Status

1. Open

Workspace URL

 

Publicly Viewable?

No

Predecessors

 

Files to be pushed

 

Project Priority

 

Project Manager

 

Staging Date

3/6/2013

Communication Type

(1)Full process

Testing: Scope

(4) Global

Testing: Severity

(2) Low

Testing Procedure

​Submit a form anonymously and as an authenticated user where the authenticated user has read only permissions to the Responses list.  Both anonymous and authenticated users should have written new responses to the Responses list.

SharePoint Environment

 

TFS Work Item

 

Attachments

Content Type: Bug or Issue
Version: 12.0
Created at 2/26/2013 12:18 PM by Demers, Scott