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apollo7Flag for United States of America asked on
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This was posted on the Forcaya blog (http://www.focaya.com/blog/?p=73) and reviews using a simple update query change ISCUSTOMIZABLE to 1 from 0 to allow you to make changes to forms and views that are not normally shown.  See below:

update ENTITY
WHERE NAME = 'ProductPriceLevel'

My problem is that whenever I make a change (like add a field or enable an onload event), I get an error when trying to publish the change.  I assume (and some of this is discussed in comments to the post) that because the entitiy was not intended to be be customized in the first place, that certain changes are not going to be published.

I am trying to add a text field and populate it using an onload event for productpricelevel.  Has anyone discovered the problem I am having (for any entity) and, more importantly, devised a workaround to allow changes to be published in these normally non-modifiable forms?

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