I have several stringParameters that have the allowemptyValue property set to 1 (don't allow empty values). What I see happening is that the user will delete everything in the entry field for one of those parameters and click next. No message is displayed, and the value of the variable is set to the last value it held before the deleted everything. This isn't particularly useful.

asked 28 Mar '13, 16:16

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When user deletes all of the data, the value is set to what is set as the <default> value.

If you want to specify a default value, but allow the user to specify empty value, simply specify the default value as <value> and not <default> for the parameter.

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answered 28 Mar '13, 16:56

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