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"Item does not exist" error on Nintex Form Redirect URL for new item

Question asked by bjorgensen on May 31, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 8, 2016 by westerdaled

I have an Nintex Form for Office 365 list form that, when edited and submitted, needs to redirect to the Display Mode of the current item as opposed to the default behavior of going back to the parent list.


To accomplish this, in the form's Layout Settings, I went to the Advanced section and set the Redirect URL to Item URL from the Common section.


This works great when I'm editing an existing item. I submit the form, the "Working on it" message appears for a second or two, and then I'm taken to the display view of the same item.


However, when I create a new item and save it, I receive the error message "Item does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user."


I assume this is because the redirect is happening before the item is done being created. This seems to be verified by the fact that if I go back to the list, the item is there.


I tried to resolve this by finding a way to attach a short pause to the redirect, but I couldn't find a workable solution given the available form capabilities.


Any suggestions?