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comment Deploying to the Cloud for Public Access
It was a bug that "read" and/or login was required. All -> "Execute" should allow anyone to access the form without requiring a login.
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comment Deploying to the Cloud for Public Access
The intention is that Permissions->"Public" for CloudDeploy of APIFunction, FormFunction, or Delayed means to set Execute only. Execute lets you run the code, read would let you peek at the source. Setting Permissions->"Public" for other kinds of objects typically means "read".
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revised Aborting from inside a ScheduledTask
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comment Aborting from inside a ScheduledTask
That's great, thank you!
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comment Aborting from inside a ScheduledTask
Yes, and I know the answer. I'm contributing this question which came to me from a Mathematica user because (a) it's not necessarily obvious what it should do and (b) it's not currently documented.
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