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      • 15. Re: Updating a "Cost" field in a webview
        igorstoyanov Hot Shot
        VMware Employees

        Hi Jason,

         

        Unfortunatelly, this feature was disabled in the appliance as well in the upcoming update 1 of vCO4.2 (not relevent but also in vCO4.1 Update2) based on recommendations from the security group.

         

        The good news is that you can revert back the old behavior by setting two properties:

         

        webview.raw.enabled=true

         

        #If set to true, disables HTML escaping for the web views.  Default value is false

         

        com.vmware.o11n.webview.htmlescaping.disabled=true

         

        #If set to true disables HTML tags escaping in the workflow titles and descriptions, in the web views. Default value is false

         

         

         

        This properties should be added to the file located in: ${vco_installation}/app-server/server/vmo/conf/vmo.properties (for the appliance the ${vco_installation}=/opt/vmo
        The server will need to be restarted after that.
        Thanks,
        Igor.
        • 16. Re: Updating a "Cost" field in a webview
          manfriday Hot Shot

          Is there a prefered "new" method of achieving the same result?

          • 17. Re: Updating a "Cost" field in a webview
            igorstoyanov Hot Shot
            VMware Employees
            Unfortunately, no. The functionality to provide scripting execution in descriptions or titles is considered as a security vulnerability according to the security group. However, if the user accept the risk and enable those properties, the product will work in backward compatible mode.
            Thanks.
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