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Robustness of Save Function in multiple page forms to continue laterAsked by rrm364 on October 29, 2014 at 12:13 PM
I looked at the information you guys provided about saving forms and I got the feature to work correctly. There were no problems when we were dealing with that, but I was wondering what the robustness was with larger forms. Some of our paper forms are 60 pages long, and we would like to turn them into forms. Those forms don't have much volume (we'd be willing to pay you guys more if necessary) but I was wondering if the save function would be robust for those applications.
- Ravi Mehta
I believe that you are referring to the Save function from the guide How-to-Save-Forms-to-Continue-Later. This function would work with any type of form with the feature enabled. Could you let us know how many fields can come across the 60 page form? Having more fields on the form would put more load on the browser and sometimes it may also freeze the browser. We've seen some long forms which are around 400 fields that work without any issue. It can be more helpful, if it is split into multiple forms.
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