When CPC is used along with CPM, the local editing controls are disabled. This allows the formula database to be controller from CPM providing a better editing experience for the user.
When CPC is used stand alone, it is possible to accidentally disable local editing if the user has a master key.
To enable local editing again, go to Configuration:
Then check the CP Manager setting:
When local editing is disabled, there is a tick, as above.
When local editing is enabled, there is a cross, as below:
If this setting is disabled and you have a CPM installation, all database synchronisation will stop. It is therefore not recommended to disable this setting unless you are instructed to do so by a member of Rexson support.
If you have a standalone console and you cannot see the editing controls on the formulations screen, as below:
Then the CP Manager setting will be incorrectly set, and needs to be disabled.