Question2Replies993Views ParisQ07 Member since 2017 20 posts NCS Group Posted: February 22, 2018Last activity: March 11, 2018 Closed Solved How to fix "Replace with pxTextInput with parameters configured in the UI." warning?Hello Pega experts,I have a HTML fragment like this, which is throwing "Replace with pxTextInput with parameters configured in the UI" warning.What is it, how to fix it?<pega:forEach name=".A.Aa.Aa1List"> <pega:withEmbedded name="$this"> <pega:when java='<%= tools.getPrimaryPage().getProperty(".BValueGroup(" + tools.getActive().getStringValue(".pyLabel ").replaceAll(" "," ") + ") ").toBoolean() %>'> <p><label><p:r n=".Label"></p:r></label>: <p:r n=".Value"></p:r></p> </pega:when> </pega:withEmbedded> </pega:forEach>***Updated by moderator: Lochan to add Categories*** User Interface ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Accepted Solution Posted: 2 years agomahab_GCS PEGA replied to ParisQ07Hi parisQ07 Essentially, the error is suggesting that instead of your own HTML code, try to use OOTB control (pxTextInput). In your HTML code you have <p><label><p:r n=".Label"></p:r></label>:<p:r n=".Value"></p:r></p> which is a label and value. If you do a content search for the deprecated OOTB control 'FixedSizeForInput', you can see the same error. Not surprisingly, this is deprecated code. See image. So, if you can get rid of your HTML code and instead use OOTB controls, you won't see this message. Bhuvana. Posted: 2 years agoParisQ07 NCS Group replied to mahab_GCSOK, I can try that, but the limitation is. Sometimes, when we put the section inside a paragraph, there might be an extra line generated above or below the main content >_<.