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thirdaccount1
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Setting a pcf control to disabled (react component) in D365

Hi community,

 

is there a nice way to tell the control that it shall be disabled/editable than having a client-side script (addOnChange) and an additional input? I'm using pcf with react so would just have to pass a disabled state to the component.

 

We just came across a form on which all fields are locked if the form is in a specific state but none of the pcf are. The only solution that came into mind is the above mentioned but it's ugly and I guess there is no nice alternative because I need to tell the pcf somehow it needs to be disabled.

 

Thanks in advance and happy coding

 

 

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ben-thompson
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The status of the field on the form is accessible via  the context.mode.isControlDisabled method. If it's set to true the PCF component should be in readonly mode - what that is for your control is up to you.

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