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Hung Phan
Jul 22, 2021
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EPiServer.Forms 4.30.1 and 4.30.2 delisted from Nuget feed

Forms 4.30.1 has a bug that can unexpectedly delete form submission data if retention policy is set and the bug has only been fixed in 4.30.3. If you have already deployed a solution using Forms 4.30.1 or 4.30.2, you should upgrade Forms to 4.30.3 to fix the problem. And in case your data is impacted already, please reach out to Episerver application support to find a solution to recover back your data it.

Our sincerest apologies for any inconveniences this might cause.

Jul 22, 2021

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