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Certain fields have a red padlock on, some of these only appear once you have filled in the section of the farm - for example the Estimated Revenue on opportunities. I have looked in form editor, but can't see a clear option to take this padlock off. Does anybody know how we may be able to do? It's just that somebody has put in a wrong estimate, but also going forward it would be useful.
I think you are talking about the Requirement Level which is set for each field on an entity.
It allows you to set the requirement level to No constraint, recommended or required
The padlock icon identifies a field that cannot be removed from the form (whether it is require or not). This is built in to CRM and cannot be changed. The padlock icon is only visible when designing the form and will not be displayed when a user accesses the form.
CRM won't allow to remove these fields directly, but there is trick for it. Follow the following steps:
1. Add additional tab on the form e.g. Hidden Tab
2. Move the fields that you dont want to display to Hidden Tab
3. Use form script to hide the Hidden tab
4. Publish the Changes :-)
Ah sorry, let me make myself a little clearer.
I want to keep this part of the form, but I want to remove the padlock as once you have entered data into it you can no longer edit them, which is a problem we are having.
what is the filed type in which after inserting the data you are not able to delete that from the form
Checking to see the resolution for this. I have the exact same issue with Est. Revenue field on Opportunities.
Abdul H. I suggest you start your own thread - it is possible your problem is very different that this original one. For example, Est revenue field is locked if the Opportunity record is set to calculate this based on products added to the Opp. ("Is System Calculated" field = Yes)
I just ran in to this problem. I am using CRM 2015 and I had Est. Revenue field at the header of the form . The enable read only form the field on the form was checked and I could not uncheck it.
This is what I did to resolve it
1) Remove the field from the header (using form editor)
2) Save , Publish and close the form editor
3) Open the form editor and re add the Est Revenue and notice that the "Field Read Only" version is not checked any more.
Xrm.Page.ui.controls.get("your field name").setDisabled (true); //Field readonly you can't write any thing on field
if you change true as false;
Xrm.Page.ui.controls.get("your field name").setDisabled (false); //Anyone can put value on this field
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