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Persist Form Problem

Thread began 3/30/2022 6:16 am by s.joiner74419001 | Last modified 4/01/2022 8:59 am by s.joiner74419001 | 282 views | 14 replies


Still having issues with this Ray.

So my primary objective is for each page of the form to be saved so if for any reason the user backs out, loses network, or presses the 'previous button' which is on each page of the form, then the data is still there. I have created a form persist on each page after the first page using the previous pages form submit and data.

It partly works but there seems to be certain actions that break the function. Subsequently none of the radio inputs work properly. What I mean by this is when a page is submitted that has a radio input, the value is saved because i've tested binding it to the next page and it works. But if I then press the previous button to go back to the previous page all Data is still there except the radio inputs are now all unchecked. Another scenario is if I complete the form up to page three. then press the previous button back to page one.. NONE of the data is displayed.

I've attached a screen recording to try and demonstrate this as well as all 4 pages of the form.
page order is: pcd - qc - bi - dir

It's worth noting that the function of storing the data through to the last page seems to work as i have used the persist bindings from the first three pages in the insert record behaviours on page 4 ( -dir ) and these all send correctly to database.

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Screen Recording 2022-03-31 at

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