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Confusion about NONE dictionary permission.

Confusion about NONE dictionary permission.

I am running version 6.07.1 (build 1961).

My  understanding was that if a dictionary is set to NONE at the customer  ordering moment that the information is not sent to the form, and the  dictionatry is "undefined"

But when I set the permission to none  and CTRL-Reload the page, the dictionary is not displayed, but the  infromation is still on the page...

Here is an excerpt from the "view source"

</div>
<div id="RC_REQUESTEDFOR.DictionaryTable">
<div id="RC_REQUESTEDFOR" title="User Receiving Service" style="display:none;">
<a name="RC_REQUESTEDFOR"></a>
<div id="RC_REQUESTEDFOR.DictionaryCaption" style="margin-top:15px;">
<div>
<h4 id="RC_REQUESTEDFOR.DictionaryCaptionValue">User Receiving Service</h4>

I am confused here, is this a bug or what am I missing?

Thank you
Daniel - Safeway

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Confusion about NONE dictionary permission.

 In the interests of backward compatibility with behavior in previous versions of RequestCenter, the ability to hide a dictionary in ServiceDesigner and thereby stop the dictionary from being rendered in the browser is controlled via a property in newScale.properties file that is not exposed to the user via the Installation. Check that this property is set to false.  If you need to change it, you'll need to restart RC. Note: This *may* break some existing ISF code. In RC2005 and older versions

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