1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 14, 2014 9:36 AM by Brian Havlin

    Logic statement based on a dropdown field choice to go to PayPal or not.

    johninmali

      I have a drop down field called 'method of payment ' with 3 choices: PayPal, check, no pay.

      I split the page (to page 1 and page 2) directly below the drop down field and use this logic:  Go to (page 2) unless (method of payment) is (PayPal) (submit form)

      Regardless of choice, it sends me to PayPal as long as I select a purchase field (that is also one of the fields in the PayPal setup page).

      All purchase fields in the form are user selected amounts.

      At the Adobe collect payment option page, the 'price' variable is 'user input'.

      For selecting check and no purchase, it goes to page 2 and then to PayPal.

      For selecting PayPal, it goes directly to PayPal.

       

      What I want is for when it to goes to page 2 and then just submit without going to PayPal.  This is where the problem lies.

       

      I have another form where the use of the form gives a single fixed price purchase.

      At the Adobe collect payment option page, the 'price' variable is 'fixed'.

      All logic options work fine and are set up exactly like the above described one for the problem form.

       

      What might the solution be?

       

      I appreciate any help and insight.

       

      John H