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The NWF JS object and SaveForm

Question asked by mgreene on Sep 25, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 5, 2016 by

I've been digging around and it seems this is the place to get deep level help. Hopefully someone can answer some stuff for me.


So I've seen people posting about using functions such as NWF.FormFiller.Events.RegisterAfterReady() and I was trying to learn more about what the NWF object can be used to do.  The most I've found on here is this post but I've yet to see any real detail on what can be done with it.


I ended up logging it in the browser for one of my forms and starting to dig through it.  There is a LOT of functions to experiment with, but one that caught my eye was;




It doesn't appear to take any parameters, but when I try to run it in the console it just returns "undefined".

Any idea what this can be used for? I was hoping it was self describing, but doesn't appear to actually POST anything.  I'm trying to update the form data to the list without reloading the page using Nintex functionality only.  Any help is greatly appreciated.


Some other functions I saw included;

NWF.Utilities.AjaxPost(service, requestData, cbSuccess, cbError)
NWF.FormFiller.Functions.AjaxPost(service, requestData, cbSuccess);


but I'm not sure what they are requesting for "service" or "requestData"