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Non-profit starter kit and Forms

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  1. Stuart Hemming
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    07 Jul 2004
    01 May 2011
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    Now, I know it doesn't have to be used like this, but I think it is fairly safe to say that the non-profit starter kit is, generally, going to be used in the community edition of SF.

    It seems strange, therefore, that one of the pages uses the Forms Module, which is only available with Standard licenses or better. What is even stranger is the fact that you have made it impossible to actually edit the page 'cos the Community edition isn't licensed to use the Forms Builder.

    It would have made much more sense to not use the limited access module in this particular starter kit.

    Perhaps, if the starter kits ever reappear, you can address this issue.

  2. Boyan Barnev
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    30 Oct 2017
    05 May 2011
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    Hello Stuart Hemming,

    Thank you for your feedback. When we were releasing the Starter Kits we wanted to provide our customers with a platform to explore the possible applications of Sitefinity. Indeed you are correctly observing that to use some of the features included in the Charity Starter Kit you'll need a license that's supporting them.  We will take that into consideration for the next SDK release, once again thank you for providing us with this information.

    All the best,
    Boyan Barnev
    the Telerik team
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