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Configuring a custom control by using the rule form

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When you see the message "Unregistered request encountered" in the security alert log, you need to fix the behavior of the non-autogenerated control that invokes the specified rule.

There are various ways to prevent this alert from being logged:

Use the rule form when a control such as a button calls the Run Script action, which in turn calls a custom function. This rule form configures registration of the custom rules that are invoked from the custom function.

For example, a button calls the Run Script action, which calls the setStockPrice function. This function runs the data transform setStockPriceDT. In the rule form, you register setStockPriceDT.

  1. Registering the action and preventing the security alert

    When you see the message "Unregistered request encountered" in the security alert log, you need to fix the behavior of the non-autogenerated control that invokes the specified rule. One way to prevent this alert from being logged is to register the action.

  2. Submitting the action request content in encrypted form

    An alternate to registering the data transform is to encrypt the submitted action request content. The developer can write code in a non-auto section or html fragment and include it in the harness

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