Trying to learn how to replace the OOB SharePoint edit form and receive the following error: “<span style=”color: #ff0000;”>The HTTP parameter is required (the ID of the list item to be edited).” The list has multiple content types with one required field. I have hidden the OOB form. Not finding a lot of documentation on the webpart on the web and appreciate any suggestions.</span>
I have replicated your issue on our end and it seems to be working fine.
The “ID Http parameter required” message shows up because your qListForm is in Edit or Display list Item mode and therefore it require an ID of the list item to be edited. You can fix that by editing the OOB Edit Item page, hide the OOB list form and add qListForm on that page and set it up to Edit Item, in case you need any further help or want to discuss the same further please feel free to log a case with our support team of QuickApp through website only.
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