Submit Actions

Action Form allows you to define what happens when the form is successfully submitted through a series of nine questions on the Submit Actions (Step 3: Resource/Action) page, identified on Figure 1. The questions allow you to define how user information, transactions, and messages should be handled when the form is successfully submitted.


To apply an action you will need to enable the relevant question.
  1. To enable a question, click on the check box next to the question. A template will open with specific fields to complete.
Figure 1: Identifies Submit Actions (Step 3: Resource/Action) page



The questions on the Submit Actions (Step 3: Resource/Action) page are specified below.
  • Where should the user be redirect to after successful submit?
    This action allows you to Redirect the User to a specified URL, Page or File.

  • Should a confirmation message be displayed?
    This action allows you to display a Confirmation Message after the user submits the form.

  • Should an email be sent to the user?
    This action allows you to Send an Email to the user after the form is submitted.

  • Require Paypal payment before giving access to the resources or granting the access rights?
    This action allows you to require a Paypal Payment before giving the user access to specific resources or rights.

  • Should the user be logged in?
    This action allows you to determine if you want the User Logged In after the use submits the form.

  • Should a new user account be created?
    This action allows you to set a requirement for the user to Create a User Account to submit the form.

  • Should User Profile be updated?
    This action allows you set a requirement for the user to Update Profile information.

  • Should user be granted additional roles when the form is submitted?
    This action allows you to Assign additional Roles when the user submits the form.

  • Should some SQL Queries get executed?
    This action allows you to require the execution of SQL Queries when the user submits the form.