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KarlChristopher
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Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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Hi all,

 

I tried creating responsive nintex form and chose to redirect the user after clicking submit or cancel. It is not working though. Even google.com is not working. It goes https://formso365.nintex.com/Pages/my-website-url

 

image.pngI just want the user to redirect to another page.

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kdelcastillo
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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Are you typing in "https://www.google.com" or copy/pasting it in?

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KarlChristopher
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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I am copy pasting it
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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@KarlChristopher  What are you doing to the submit button. I would recommend typing out the URL completely with the "HTTP" or "https" to ensure it picks it up. Also, it does take a second to redirect, but it should work. 

 

If you are seeing an error message, the redirect may be working but the page may not be accessible. Just a thought, but hard to say without knowing the URL you are aiming for. 

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KarlChristopher
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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it is a sharepoint page and should be accessible. I am copy pasting it since it is a very long url, but let me try to do it by typing hopefully it works.

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RC
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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@eharris04 - Hi Ed,

 

Sorry to jump on the back of Karl's questions, but I am having the same issue and have typed in my redirect URL as you have suggested, (to confirm, the redirect is to a O365 sharepoint site that all internal users have Read Only access to), but I am still receiving this error message.   I have removed the cancel button as well, so I now only have the save/submit button. 

 

The redirect URL is as I would copy and paste it, but I have seen comments about using the .aspx at the end, is this what I am missing?  It shouldn't be this hard!

 

The form is also submitting to the list as expected.

Server Error in '/' Application.


Runtime Error

Description: An exception occurred while processing your request. Additionally, another exception occurred while executing the custom error page for the first exception. The request has been terminated. 

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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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@RC @KarlChristopher Try pasting the url in notepad first to ensure you're not carrying over any HTML tags and then put it into the control. 

 

Let me know if that works for you two.

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RC
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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@eharris04  - Yes, that worked, finally!!!  I copied and pasted the URL from the notepad into the re-direct URL field as well, which is even better.  I had also managed to get the form to send back to the O365 front/home page, ensuring that I had typed the URL into the field rather than pasting it, but it is better for the users if they are directed to the actual sharepoint page/site.    Thanks. 

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KarlChristopher
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Re: Redirect in Ninten Form (Responsive) Not Working

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I can say that this has worked. Thank you.
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