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Passing values from one form to another...Asked by pamds on April 21, 2014 at 01:11 PM
Could anyone tell me please how can i pass the values from this form:
"http://form.jotformeu.com/form/41103908115343" to the correspponding values in this another form:
Once again thanks in advance for your support.
Please make sure not to change anything in your forms, especially the field labels.
Hi again... First of all thanks for your help...
I used this:
But, i got a problem wich is this:
"http://www.tavira-transfers.com/pt/reservas.html?form/41104205066339?de28=Aeroporto de Faro¶=Vila Real de Sto. Antonio¶27=&total6=75.00&passageiros=5 - 8 pax."
Can you see the '¶' ?! From where did it come? Because of that the form doesn't work... I think...
I ran a test submission with the values shown in Screenshot 1 below via this clone of your form and it redirected to this page (Screenshot 2). As you can see, I was not able to replicate the issue. All four fields in the form on the second page were pre-filled correctly. After posting the question did you change something which resolved the issue?
Screenshot 2 (click to zoom)
Thanks for your help…
I’ve run several tests in several pc’s and browser’s and I can say that in internet explorer in 2 computers it does the same error but in chrome it works like it did to you… In firefox it works too… Could this have to do with the language of the browser or could be virus, spyware? This is very strange anyway…
Thanks for the support!
I have tested the prepopulation through URL parameters on IE11, it appears I also receive the same behavior on my end:
I do see that it only happens on the De: field. Have you tried removing and adding this field again to the form and to the Custom URL redirect?
Do let us know the information requested above so that we may further assist you. Thank you.
Yes i tried...
I even created the whole form like it was a new one and the result was the same...
Could this be something to do with the language of the browser or something? I've tried already in several computer's at home, work and the result is always the same...
Our colleague Jonathan has just replied to your other thread about this issue.