The problem is most likely related to the fact you have database caching implemented on your site via the W3 Total Cache plugin.
Because this is turned on, Gravity Forms is not getting accurate data back from the database because W3 Total Cache is caching that information and returning cache instead of actual data.
Database caching also causes problems with form submissions, depending on how often the cache is refreshed.
You will need to disable the Database Caching feature of W3 Total Cache. It is a setting on the W3 Total Cache Settings page.
This isn't a conflict or a bug, W3 Total Cache is doing what it is supposed to do with Database Caching turned on. However, this causes problems for plugins that need live data and not cached data in order to work properly. W3 Total Cache will be "whitelisting" the Gravity Forms related database tables in a future release, however I am not sure when that will happen as that is up to their developer.
This isn't going to correct any existing data but should clear things up going forward.
Posted 9 years ago on Thursday March 25, 2010 | Permalink