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Nintex Form with javascript won't save in IE

Question asked by jml006 on Oct 16, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2017 by jml006

I have created a Nintex Form and am using custom javascript.  On Save, the javascript checks that 3 fields are not blank based on the value of another drop down field.  Everything works great in Chrome and Firefox, however when trying to save in IE, the page reloads and just goes back to the form and the item doesn't save.  I debugged the form and in Debugger I see "Failed to open http://nameofserver/Lists/ListName/NewForm.aspx?Source=http.....


On the button settings, under Client click, I have if(CheckAllFields() == true) {return true;} else {return false;}.  If I remove this and test in IE, the form saves (obviously without validating the fields) so I suspect that is the reason for the issue.


Can anyone provide insight why this would not work in IE, but everything is fine in other browsers? I wish I could tell end users not to use IE, but that's not an option