How to Check all of your Event Forms at once for an error report and an optimisation report

When you build a new Event Form, create or update an existing Event Form you may have accidentally left off settings, or not attached a database field into a database. The Check for Errors allows you to see if any of the fields in your Event Forms have errors that need correcting.

To check all of your event forms for any errors go to "Event Pages"

To check all of your event forms for any errors go to "Event Pages"

 

Click on "Check for Errors" on the right of the page

Click on "Check for Errors" on the right of the page

 

The software will check for any errors and these will be displayed in Red. It will also provide suggestions to enhance the Event Forms as well.

The software will check for any errors and these will be displayed in Red. It will also provide suggestions to enhance the Event Forms as well.

The error check will display the Event Form name on the left and provide any warning, or errors on the right. You can print this page from your internet browser, or alternatively go back to the Event Pages and the same errors/warnings will be displayed at the bottom of the form (as shown in the image in the step below).

"All fields Valid:" : means that it is well formatted and correct.

"The following are warnings that may need to be correcting:" warns you if any variable is not optimised for length, or if a format is not set up correctly. It also alerts you if calculations are not written correctly.

The following errors need to be fixed before moving on: means that the form is NOT functioning as it is supposed to. It needs to be updated immediately.

The errors as they appear on the Event Form

The errors as they appear on the Event Form

The same error message that appears in the "Check for errors" list is also displayed when the actual Event Form is opened. Fix the errors and then Save the form.

Once you update or fix any errors on an Event Form, you can run the Check for Errors to ensure that it is error free.

Once you update or fix any errors on an Event Form, you can run the Check for Errors to ensure that it is error free.

 

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