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Submit button's not working - it's please wait indefinitelyAsked by osfgreenshow on February 12, 2014 at 01:33 PM
We've created a new form and we're testing it to make sure it works properly, but right now, we can't get the form to submit. When we click "Submit" it says "Please Wait" indefinitley. (I've let it sit for hours with no change.) Any ideas?
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Please try and clone the form and test it.
Does that help?
Nope, it's still happening.
Thank you for the feedback.
I'm having difficulty reproducing the issue. Please help me narrow down the cause:
This is a test copy of your form - please fill it out and let us know whether it responds in the same way: http://jotformpro.com/form/40425126501946
Please let us know.
Hang on, I think I was testing the wrong form.
I will update this thread shortly.
Thank you for your patience.
The error is caused by a conflict in your conditional rules - especially the onces that lead to the action of skipping to page 7 Highlighted below:
You need to combine these rules so that they do not cause a conditional conflict as shown below:
To add more rules to the same action (in this case, skip to page-7), just click 'add rule' as shown below:
Make sure to combine into one any two or more rules that lead to the same action.
Let us know if this helped.
I tried using your cloned form - and it was able to send (yay), but it didn't contain all of the conditions that we needed. I tried reworking our form using what I understood you to say (and using your form to work from), and realized the biggest difference was the required fields. Once I got rid of all of those, the form will send!
But now I have a new problem - when I hit a condition that involves my flights, it tends to return two pages instead of one. (i.e. right now - if you select "We're Flying" and click next, and then say that you have no more flights to enter and click next, it will send you to both Flight #2 and page 7 on one screen.)
A link to my current form: http://www.jotform.com//?formID=40407587340958
I can see the issue after a few test and it was the widgets prevented the conditional logic from working. It seems the widgets create a conflict to the conditional logic. I can forward this issue to our developers but I would suggest creating this on a new thread: Contact JotForm Support.
You can just copy your messages here and paste it to the new thread. Put the link of this thread as the reference. We will attend to the new thread as soon as we can.