Vulnerability in EPiServer.Forms
I'm in the process of getting composer up and running on our site under development.
I had installed a site with database, without public templates first. A basic CMS 5 R2 SP1 site, created some basic page templates and sorted out the design in a master page etc. Then, following the installation procedure, I installed the public templates, then installed composer both using episerver deployment center.
The final step of the installation procedure i skipped, because i couldnt find the xml file to import or the option to import under the specified location.
Anyhow, when I try to register a page type as a composer page type, the content area is registered. But if i create a page using this page type, and go into Edit-on-page, there are a number of script errors and i get an operation aborted-message and the page loading stops. The script errors on the page seem to happen all in contextmenu.js. Also, there are script errors before i enter edit on page-mode, for instance, the element "Edit on page" appears twice in the context menu.In firefox edit on page loads, but the toolbox is gone and I get two script errors stating too much recursion.
The template im trying to use as a composer page type only has a @Page directive with a master page specified, an asp:content with a extension:extensioncontentarea. the codebehind-file inherits from Dropit.Extension.Core.ExtensionBaseTemplate, like in the get started-guide.
The URL that is accessed when i try to enter edit on page is:
Id dearly appreciate any pointers on how to proceed with this.
I have some questions:
Did you compile your project with the composer in .net 3.5 environment?
Are you running ii6 or ii7?, if ii7 on vista, how the section <system.webServer> in your web.config look like?
We've managed to resolve this. We had managed to download an installation package for composer called Extension_v18.104.22.168 removing this, and downloading and installing Composer_v3.2.5 fixed the issue. I have no idea how we found that file, though.