Hi Cristian - those are the name I gave m ccap and the problem was just as you noted. I had mixed case in the conditionals and it was causing the conditional to not work. Thank You.
I want to ask another ?
I have a page that is using ccap to determine if someone is able to use Gravity Views to pull & review data. This works perfect. The data is more extensive than I can display in the view, so there is a single field in each row a use can click on that opens a new page to display the full data for that record. When this happens I get an error from from S2 on the page saying "You are not allowed to view this content"
The page I access from is
The page being served up with the full record is below - this is the one that gets the error
I don't use the the ccap in the page side panel because I want to display an error message to the user. I control access to the original page is via a ccap conditional below -no issues, this works
Display an error message
The entry/41,36/ is not a page in WP, the plugin is creating this to display the full record.
Any ideas to allow access to the dynamically created page above and not have the ccap being checked?
This error even happens when I access the page as an Admin and click the link to open the record.