How to delete a form from "result" page??
I do some tests on "express form" (Form block) - "ADD BLOCK" --> under "option" tab "form name" i enter "test1" "test2" and so on (create 4-5 forms)
Now i want to remove this "test1" "test2" from "Form Results" - but i dont see any "delete" option (I delete the block himself from the theme page)
Did you ever find a solution to this?
I have gone through every database table I can find to delete any reference to the old forms but they are still showing up in the Reports > Form Results page.
Is there a table, or config setting I am missing?
I did the same thing as you and then randomly stumbled upon the solution. I've already cleaned up my database tables (removing any unwanted submissions) and all that was left was the 'Form Results' list. To delete these, in your dashboard go to "System & Settings > Express > Custom Entry Locations" and toggle open the 'Forms' folder. From here you can individually delete each of those entries. It looks like you can also delete the full 'Forms' folder, but I'm not sure what effect that'll have on newly created forms.
I'm using version 8.2.1, so you may or may not be able to do this in older/newer versions.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for your helpful reply - that’s good to know.
I eventually found the records in the database. In the table TreeNodeTypes, express_entry_results has treeNodeTypeID = 4. Then in table TreeNodes I deleted the relevant entries that had treeNodeTypeID = 4.
Going forward, I think we should be able to delete forms from the Form Results page as well. It’s the more logical place to do this (especially for clients).
Finally, as you point out, you can delete the Forms folder from System & Settings > Express > Custom Entry Locations. I haven’t tested this with forms in the folder, but deleting it (unsurprisingly) throws an exception when you go to the Reports page. A less destructive option is to create an Archive folder and move any old forms into it. Any ‘archived’ forms will then be removed from the Reports > Form Results page.
(Siton - maybe you can mark Heathgriffin's reply as the answer?)