In the registration control properties look for a setting called "Set values as key=value pairs, separated by & (as request parameters)". Put the below string into the field where the left most "title" is the name if the field that you want populated.
So if you field is called pageName then it would look like this.
Thanks Davin. It works.
However, if the registration control is embedded in a different page is it possible to populate the title of the page where the form and form fields are defined
a) Page Title - Ack
Form Name - Form1
Field Name - Content, Name
b) Page Title - Updates
Form Regitration Control - Referring Form1
Key=value pairs are set as "Content=[entry._page.title]&Name=[user.fullName]"
Here Page title is stored as "Updates". But i would like the Pagetitle "Ack" to be displayed. How can we achieve this.
In my use case, Registration Control will not be in the same page where the form is defined
Are these pages being dynamically created from a template or something? If not why not just have a field where you hard code in the value for the page where you host the form?
1) Form is hosted on a page with title "test" and it has 3 fields name, date, title. The registration control is defined in page with title "Check". While defining the registration control, we can pre set the values for name and date.
But not clear and sure of how we can hardcode and preset the value for title field with "test"
2) Have raised the below question under -" Confiform csv extract without meta data"
But have not received any reponse. Request your support
If title is a text field you can just do something like this ...
If the field is a "Page/Bog post" type you can populate it in the registration control like I said above. But instead of putting in the page name you need to put in the page id. So go to the page with your form and edit the page. Then look in your browser's url for the page id. This is what you will put into your registration control. So it would look something like this.
Thanks for our response, It was helpful.
Have raised a query related to confiforms in the below page. Can you please check and provide your response.
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