Hello, Im looking for a solution to this issue: In a flow, user 1 fills in a form. Most of the form is in sections assigned to the user's role. But there is a message control that is not. User 2 access step 2 that uses information from step1 in a different form. User 2 can click the previous step in the navigation control. Since most of the controls in step 1 are in sections the user cant see them and thats good, but they can see the label and the submit button.
1. Is there a best practice to keep users from backing into previous steps? (prefer to keep the navigation)
2. Is there a _data.getparameter option that could be used to get all the roles of the current user? Or other method to determine the roles of the current user? ie. loop though the user's roles to see if they are a member of a specific role and then enable/disable controls on the form.
3. Putting the control (message) in a section can work but its not aesthetically pleasing. Possible to hide the section label and outline while displaying the message inside of it?
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