Support » Plugin: Gravity Forms Sticky List » New entry in rg_lead when updating form entry

  • Resolved Toon Gerritsen



    when I allow a front-end update of an entry of a form, I notice that upon each update a new line is inserted in the rg_lead table (with an id and form_id value and for the rest only empty fields).

    Can I stop Sticky List from doing this?

    I use GF


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  • If you have “Duplicate Entries” checked, uncheck. Or if you have New Entry ID checked you will get a second listing. All of the questions you have asked can be answered if you place the curser over the “?”

    Hi rockysroads99,

    thanks for the fast reaction, but

    I do NOT have Duplicate Entries checked
    I do NOT have New Entry ID checked

    Still, a new (nearly empty) line is created in rg_lead when I update a form entry.

    The updated information is correctly stored in reg_lead_details (under the existing form_id number). In rg_lead_details no new lines are created.


    Same here, I detect this is happening when I use ajax in the form edition.

    Is the same for you?

    Same issue here with Ajax enabled on the form (good call, @hartum).



    I have the same issue with ajax enabled or disabled.
    Has someone found a solution to solve it ?

    Plugin Author fried_eggz


    This should be fixed with the latest version (1.4.4) that was just uploaded.

    If you still have issues, please post here.



    I still have this issue.
    When I edit and update an entry, a new empty entry in rg_lead is created.

    Thank you for your help.

    An example of empty created entry :

    Colonne Type Fonction Null Valeur
    id int(10) unsigned
    form_id mediumint(8) unsigned
    post_id bigint(20) unsigned
    date_created datetime
    0000-00-00 00:00:00

    is_starred tinyint(1)
    is_read tinyint(1)
    ip varchar(39)
    source_url varchar(200)
    user_agent varchar(250)
    currency varchar(5)
    payment_status varchar(15)
    payment_date datetime

    payment_amount decimal(19,2)
    payment_method varchar(30)
    transaction_id varchar(50)
    is_fulfilled tinyint(1)
    created_by bigint(20) unsigned
    transaction_type tinyint(1)
    status varchar(20)

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