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purkayak
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Nintex Form 2010: Form redirection to URL depending on condition

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Hi,

Can anyone help me with writing the below logic in Redirect URL in form settings -

If form mode is new and user is member of group A redirect to URL X

If form mode is new and user is member of group B redirect to URL Y

For everything else redirect to URL Z

Regards,

Korak

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philipplucas
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Re: Nintex Form 2010: Form redirection to URL depending on condition

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Hi Korak,

this could do it:

fn-If(fn-And(Is New Mode, fn-IsMemberOfGroup("Group A")), "URL X", fn-If(fn-And(Is New Mode, fn-IsMemberOfGroup("Group B")), "URL Y", "URL Z"))

Make sure you take "Is New Mode" and all the functions from the formula builder.

Regards

Philipp

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sojanm
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Re: Nintex Form 2010: Form redirection to URL depending on condition

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Hi Philipp,

Is it possible to use Control value or variable in the url, to be dynamic

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philipplucas
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Re: Nintex Form 2010: Form redirection to URL depending on condition

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Hi Sojan,

afaik you can only use the three tabs provided by default (Common/Item Properties (columns)/Inline Functions)

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bimi82
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Re: Nintex Form 2010: Form redirection to URL depending on condition

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Hello @Philipp Lucas

How would I do if > Is New Mode then sent to URL X and otherwise don;t redirect?

even better: if Is New Mode then redirect to URL X and if Is Edit Mode then refresh the form to Display Mode after it has been edited/submitted.

At moment, when the form is edited and then submitted for any changes >  then the form refreshes back to Edit Mode instead of to Display Mode.

fn-If(Is New Mode, "URL X", " ") 

or

fn-If(Is New Mode, "URL X", fn-If(Is Edit Mode, " ???? "))  < I tried with "Is Display Mode" but does not work.

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