A fix is available
Closed as program error.
CQ Web 8.0.0.x does not recognize a modified drop down list control field if it was originally set via hook Steps to reproduce 1.) Add a hook to list control named 'Email_sent' on a CQ record that resets the value from Yes to No using $entity-?SetFieldValue( 'Email_sent', 'No' ); 2.) Modify the record and change 'Email_sent' to Yes. 3.) Select a notes field on the record and add some text. Email_sent will be reset to No by the hook 4.) Go back to 'Email_sent' and change it to Yes. 5.) Commit the record CQ Web 8.0.0.x does not recognize that Email_sent was set to Yes so the e-mail is not sent. This was not a problem in CQ Web 7.1.2.x.
If a drop down list control field was reset via hook and then is modified, CQ Web 8.0.0.x can not recognize the modified field and treats it as unchanged. NOTE - This issue only occurs in CQ Web 8.0.0.x.
A fix is available in ClearQuest 220.127.116.11. CQ Web now correctly recognizes a modified drop down list control field if it was originally set via hook
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