Oct 11 2019 09:01 AM
Oct 11 2019 09:01 AM
if (SPClientForms.ClientFormManager.SubmitClientForm('WPQ6')) return false;
Any suggestion to get the web part zone id to pass here?
Oct 14 2019 12:47 AM
I think this is a bug ...
Oct 14 2019 06:29 AM
I have been attempting to come up with another way to approach this issue, by attaching a custom id attribute to the DOM elements I want to target, but the changing of the original id is preventing me from doing so.
All in all, I would also like to know why this occurs, because it is severely affecting internal processes. I am in the process of developing this web part into a more robust web part using SPFx with React, however in the meantime, as quickly as I'm trying to learn SPFx, I would really need the classic web part to continue to work as it should.
Can more light be shed on this issue please?
Oct 14 2019 06:52 AM
Cool, in the beginning I thought I was doing something wrong. Now it is more and more obvious there is some kind of undesired behaviour. I already got our IT issuing a ticket with Microsoft. Let's see, what's happening ...
Oct 14 2019 08:37 AM
Hey @Patrick Borgschulte,
That's great! I would appreciate if you can relay the feedback to us here IF possible. In the meantime, I guess all I can really do with this issue is work around it, like I always have to do. I mean, I'd also expect someone in support to notice our comments then shed some light on this post here as well, so I'm hoping for the best...
Jan 28 2020 03:16 AM
@Sal_Sal We are having the same issue but it looks like it happens every time after Microsoft Security Patches are applied across the SharePoint Servers. So we are thinking of changing the script to get the handle of webpart in a different way than using the ID.
Jan 28 2020 04:36 AM
Hey @Sal_Sal ,
I chose to move away from everything classic at this point. But I know in some situations, there are those who cannot do this, so it must be very frustrating... I have developed web parts using SPFx and React.js to cater for my needs on the modern view. So far, this seem to have been the best approach for my scenario.