E-Forms that work outside of the Unity Client do not work inside the Unity Client. As of OnBase 15, the Unity Client renders HTML Forms using the IE 9 Standards Mode. This is not a configurable option, and it can impact how E-forms function within the Unity Client.
If E-forms that work outside of the Unity Client are not functioning correctly within the Unity Client, you may try one of the following methods to have the E-forms function correctly:
Update the Windows registry.
Include the X-UA-Compatible setting in the E-form itself.
E-forms will support setting the X-UA-Compatible value in meta tags. However, this setting should be thoroughly tested in a testing environment before being implemented system-wide.