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How to generate logs?Asked by BRACusa on April 10, 2014 at 12:32 AM
From my account i can only see successful form submission. Is there any way to log unsuccessful submissions aswell and log the errors that users seeing while trying to submit the form?
Submissions thanks my account and
Are you perhaps referring to the payment submissions?
When using the payment tools in your form like Paypal, payment submissions that were not successfully completed are located to the Incomplete Payments inbox in the form Submissions page.
Refer to this guide for more details
BUT if you are not referring to payment forms, I would like to tell you that there is no means for the form to log data if it was not successfully submitted.
Please inform us if this is not what you were looking for.
Thanks. Yes, i am referring payment submission. I am using stripe. And there is no "incomplete payment" button on my Submissions page.
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When I made my test using a different payment method like PayPal will show incomplete payments button even without any incomplete payments exists. I believe with Stripe Payments it does only appear when user cancels or close the page during the payment process.
I think incomplete payment doesn't show with stripe as I don't see any redirection page. Once you hit submit there is no way for the user to cancel the payment or donation and that is why incomplete payment does not show. That's what I obeserved unlike with paypal when you hit submit it will first be redirected to paypal page then user has an option to cancel or not.
Thank you for the information. I got this working with some custom php code.