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Add native Multiple Payment Options to the formsAsked by lebaus on September 23, 2013 at 07:21 PM
I followed the instructions that you sent.
Home/Payment/Forms: "How to Create A Basic Multiple Payment Form"
Everything works except either submit button...I get this ERROR MSG. What am I doing wrong?
Form ID did not match. Form ID: 32108174622952 Form Name: 31767070992967
This is the Main Form URL: https://secure.jotformpro.com/lebaus/RESERVE
~ This is the Villa Form URL: https://secure.jotformpro.com/lebaus/VILLA-RESERVE
~ This is the Monterey Form URL:https://secure.jotformpro.com/lebaus/MONTEREY-RESERVE
~ This is the Avanti Form URL: https://secure.jotformpro.com/lebaus/AVANTI-RESERVE
Sorry to say but that's not how it works. You should include each information fields inside the payment form so when the payment form is submitted the data inputted to the payment form will be inputted to to the email notification. It should be similar to this: http://www.jotform.me/form/22562702027446.
Now, creating a separate form (main form) will not work that way. When you fill all the fields on the main form and hit the submit button from the payment form, only the payment form data will be submitted excluding all the data filled in to the main form. This is simply because submit buttons doesn't work as one, they only work to where they are connected with. The best way to resolved this is to create only a drop down field on your main form and then make sure to create all the fields in each of the payment forms, just like how it was setup everything on this form: http://www.jotform.me/form/22562702027446.
I hope I've explained it clearly. If you have any doubts or confusions, feel free to message us here.
I asked this question before and this is the reply I got. Please check this thread. Am I missing something here?
as my colegue @EltonCris explained before:
You should first give the 3 locations options at the top of the main form, then depending of the option selected it should show the corresponding form with all the other fields.
Check this example to figure out how it works
I know I can do it that way, but it doesn't solve my issue of having to have 3 completely independent forms to update anytime I want to add a category etc. I'd really prefer to have a solution that meets my needs of having 3 payment sub forms with one main form.
Unfortunately, we do not have such an option at this time.
I have created a feature request ticket about that multiple payment option and escalated it to our Development Team.
We can not provide any ETA at this time, but we will let you know if we have any updates.