How to not Notify in the ApplicationOverride

Martin Haase Martin.Haase at
Thu Nov 15 10:48:57 EST 2012

Am 15.11.2012 15:49, schrieb Cantor, Scott:
> On 11/15/12 8:14 AM, "Martin Haase" <Martin.Haase at> wrote:
>> in a test SP, I have a Logout <Notify ...> Element specified in
>> ApplicationDefaults, but I do not want any Notification in the
>> ApplicationOverride. How am I supposed to configure this? Documentation
>> states a Notify is inherited, and can be overridden, but it does not
>> seem to be possible to override with "nothing". At least, an empty
>> <Notify> without any attributes loads fine, but logs an ERROR once
>> Logout is triggered.
> Yes, I doubt you can. There are a handful of cases like that. What you
> have to do is define a second override for your "default" behavior, and
> map everything that isn't part of your new override to the second one.
> I think fixing this is more likely to be a far off thing, but please open
> a bug on it so it's tracked. I can add to it with some of the other areas
> that have this problem.
> -- Scott
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