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In Symfony how do I make fields required based on a user's credential?

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In Symfony I know how to display fields visible based on credential, but the problem is if the field is not visible to a user, but initially required, the form won't pass. How would I make it so if the field is not visible, it is not required?
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sudhakarsp06 earned 200 total points
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Hi there,

Have you tried the below

$this->validatorSchema->setOption('allow_extra_fields', true);
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