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  1. I'm trying to do the same... I need to reference the Original records data once I've used the Change Record workflow. Can't find a way to do it.
  2. I found that commenting out the if statement in framework/validators/CRegularExpressionValidator.php and changing it to "if(false)" allows the role to be completed but with a limited number of fields. As a work around, now I should be able to figure out a mysql script to manually edit the various roles tables. We have about 1200 fields that its trying to set permissions for. It seems the interface could be modified to set each modules fields separately rather than all at once. This way X2 won't crash for larger implementations. Hopefully in the future there is a better interface to manage role
  3. When I try to create a new role in X2CRM I get the following error log. Error Code: 500 Error Message: preg_match(): Compilation failed: regular expression is too large at offset 36482 Stack Trace: [click to toggle display] PHP warning in /var/www/html/X2CRM-master/x2engine/framework/validators/CRegularExpressionValidator.php(55) #0 /var/www/html/X2CRM-master/x2engine/framework/validators/CRegularExpressionValidator.php(55): preg_match() #1 /var/www/html/X2CRM-master/x2engine/framework/validators/CValidator.php(201): CRegularExpressionValidator->validateAttribute() #2 /var/www/html/X2CRM
  4. I found this can be accomplished with workflow rules. Would be so much easier if it could be done with a formula field.
  5. Just getting started with X2, moving from Salesforce. How versatile are the Formula fields in X2? I can't seem to concatenate strings and numeric fields together. for example: ='C-'+{id} If {id} was equal to 2505 this would output C-2505. Is there a way to accomplish this?
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