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AEM 6.2 CFP4: Submit has ns2 on tags

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We installed AEM Forms 6.2 CFP4.

Our submit has ns2 on the xml. Any idea why? Seems to be something to do with panels.

XSD has no mention of "ns2".

"=============================="

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<data xmlns:xfa="http://www.xfa.org/schema/xfa-data/1.0/">

  <ns2:Metadata>

        <ApplicationId>2</ApplicationId>

        <ApplicantId>1</ApplicantId>

        <FormName>name</FormName>

        <SectionName>section</SectionName>

      </ns2:Metadata>

  <ns2:PrimaryName>

        <LastName>me</LastName>

        <NoGivenName>false</NoGivenName>

        <GivenName>me</GivenName>

  </ns2:PrimaryName>

...

</data>

"=============================="

Appears to be with JDK jdk1.8.0_92 (my machine). Doesn't occur with jdk1.8.0_74 (another machine).

But we doubt the JDK is related.

Also doesn't seem to occur on my machine when I don't do a prefill.

-Joel

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Hi joell91868939​,

Can you use the guideBridge API (getDataXML[0]) to verify the XML that is being posted? This XML should not have the ns2 namespace.

[0] Adaptive Forms Class: GuideBridge

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What kind of Form are you using? Is it XFA,XSD or None based Form Model?

Let me get back to you on that.

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Hi joell91868939​,

Can you use the guideBridge API (getDataXML[0]) to verify the XML that is being posted? This XML should not have the ns2 namespace.

[0] Adaptive Forms Class: GuideBridge