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Trouble with the gform_after_submission hook and the $entry object

  1. I'm having some trouble with the gform_after_submission action. I have a multisite installation with a 5 page step form that uses the gform_after_submission action to gather data from the $entry object and store it as a post entry in a custom post type.

    The problem is that the $entry object return seems to be incomplete, with 95% of the field values displayed as empty.

    The following proof of concept function has been placed in a theme's functions.php file. The $entry fields output all appear to be empty after the second question:

    function gravity_after_submission( $entry, $form ) {
    	echo '<pre>';
    	echo '</pre>';
    add_action( 'gform_after_submission', 'gravity_after_submission', 10, 2 );

    The array that is output:

    When I display the $_POST variable using that same action, I do see that all of the form data has in fact been submitted, but I would prefer to work with the $entry object over the raw $_POST.

    I've been searching around the forms_model.php and forms_display.php trying to pin down where the issue is occurring, but I have a feeling it may be a database/multisite storage issue.

    Any assistance from someone would be greatly appreciated, I've been staring at this for too long and I have a hunch it could be something simple.


    Posted 9 years ago on Friday October 19, 2012 | Permalink
  2. I've solved the issue. Database caching with APC was enabled using W3 Total Cache plugin. wp_rg fields were avoided, but not multisite table prefixes. e.g. wp_3_rg_. Adding wp_3_rg_ to the W3 Total Cache Settings > Database Cache > Advanced > Ignored query stems section solved the issue.

    Posted 9 years ago on Monday October 22, 2012 | Permalink
  3. I am glad you figured it out. Thanks for the info.

    Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday October 23, 2012 | Permalink

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