Not sure if this has been raised as a bug before, but we can attempt to reproduce the behavior and see if it looks like a bug.
Ok, I tested the behavior in my local site running version 7.19 of CMS.
So what I'm seeing is that if I create a new page, set it to expire, save, and then remove the expiration, it seems that the ability to schedule the page is disabled/grayed out. Is that the basic behavior you're seeing?
I went ahead and reported this as a "bug" to the dev team, FYI. We'll see what they say :).
Thats not exactly the behavior I ment. If you have the page as expired, then edit the page, so its actual i new version of the same page - you cannot reschedule the edited version to overwrite the expire on the previous version.
Thanks for reporting it! :)
We have the same problem as Jo on CMS 7.5 (version 220.127.116.11).
When you have page that earlier have been set as "expired" and you again what to set a time for this page to be published - you cannot edit the page, and re-schedule a new time for that page to be published.
It says you the page is "expired", but when you remove expired from the page, the page is set to published again.
Tried 7.1, 7.5 and the newest version of EpiServer.
Any future fix for this?