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    Product Customizer

    Asked by nlcanvas on March 22, 2017 at 05:10 PM

    I I have built a rater extensive product customizer using many options.

    Now I want to let people make multiple products and in the one transaction on the form.

    Ive been instructed to duplicate all these fields multiple times with the conditional logic. 

    Im wondering though instad could i do this.

    Have the main information I need posted/coppied to a set of hidden files on a command when the user clicks the next button.

    Then it just brings them back to the same page 0, which has been rest and empty. Next the user fills this out and hits next. Now we know that place holder set 1 has values filled from the first time so it goes into place holder 2, and so forth.

    Could this work?



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    JotForm Support

    Answered by jonathan on March 22, 2017 at 10:04 PM

    I apologize for I was not able to fully understand the workflow process you described.

    Can you please reiterate them again. It will help if you can number each steps of the process.

    I did test and reviewed it on your form https://form.jotform.ca/70768659236268

    From what I can see so far, the end custom payments calculation were working as intended.


    Please describe again in details what exactly the output you wanted to have on the form.

    We will look for the working resolution once we have a better understanding of the requirements.