I am converting InfoPath forms to Nintex Forms. My customer liked the confirmation pop-up on submission in InfoPath, so I enabled the confirmation message for the submission button in Nintex Forms. However, the message that the form has been successfully submitted pops up before validation completes. So if the user forgot anything, they click submit, get the message that submission was successful and then the form reloads with their validation errors displayed.
The button is set to Save and Submit.
Why is this happening and how do I fix it???
Did anybody find a solution for this?
I am also facing this issue, that the confirmation message appears before validation.
I found a possible workaround but I still need some help to make it comletely working:
I could just disable the "Save" button until all fields have a value, however I don't want to create a separate rule for every control.
Is there an other easier way to say, that if any of the fields in the form is empty, a selected button should be disabled?
I believe that the confirmation message serves only for awareness: 'Are you sure you want to proceed?' - it can be useful in case the forms do not have any validation rules...
Another thing that users also liked was the custom message during the submission instead of blank page in the browser. It can take a while until users are redirected back to the list view when submission triggers the workflow.