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Rich Text Editor config file not found

Hello everybody,


I have a form where I have added a Rich Text Editor. I have followed the following steps: 


When I am not specifying a custom config file I get the following error:

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The error:

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I also get the following warning:

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And the RTF-editor does not show in the form:

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I checked if the config file exists in the WebResource, and it does:

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The strange thing is that the request url that results in a 404 is different from the WebResource url. (Is that normal?)


Second try


I also have followed the following tutorial: 


Based on the tutorial I have created a new custom config file in the WebResource:

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After referencing to the relative path of this file in the RTF editor I get another error:

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The error in English means: Unable to load one or more code components on this form. Unable to load code component for SummaryHtml due to an unknown issue


The relative path I used is: 

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I also tried many different paths, but they all result in the same error.

I hope someone could help me out with this problem, because I am running out of options to try.


Thanks in advance!



Super User
Super User

Hi @Bart-qteam 


There was a known bug for the Rich Text editor. I suggest you pls raise helpdesk ticket by clicking the below link 


Hope it helps. 

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