If you have an e-form that’s misbehaving since upgrading to OnBase 12, odds are pretty good that you forgot (or implied) a bit of code somewhere that didn’t cause problems in the past. OnBase 12 is a stickler for good code grammar. Things like quotes around each of your tag attributes and a closing tag for every opening one need to be explicitly called out.

If you’re editing your forms in something with a bit of formatting assistance, such as Notepad++, it should be pretty easy to identify the missing grammar by the colors being applied to each bit of code. And, of course, search and replace is your best friend in times like these.

About Jennifer

Jennifer (aka Pixie) has over 30 years of experience in the Information Technology field, which includes 13+ years of Systems Administration, 16+ years of developing and implementing technical documentation and training, and 14+ years of supporting OnBase. She has extensive experience with OnBase, SQL, and a firm foundation in computer science. Despite this, she considers herself a well-adjusted nerd with hobbies including gardening (poorly), archery, and knitting in public.