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I have a simple Entity Form and have added a custom submit handler:

$form['actions']['submit']['#submit'] = array('custom_submit','entityform_edit_form_submit');

That works very well. The problem is when I enable form preview before submission. My custom_submit function runs before preview is generated and not after it was confirmed.

How do I get it to run after form has been confirmed in preview?

$form['#submit']  = array(
    'custom_submit',
    'entityform_edit_form_submit'
);

does not work at all.

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So this is what I found entityform module does. If preview is enabled it set $form['review']. All of my forms will have that preview set so what I did is simply:

//check if form is in preview mode and if it is then it adds my custom handler.
if(isset($form['review'])) { 
    $form['actions']['submit']['#submit'][] ='custom_submit'
}
  • you might want to make sure that custom_submit runs before default one. (shift array) – sylwester Oct 16 '13 at 12:13
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You should add your submit handler to the end of the array like so:

$form['actions']['submit']['#submit'][] = 'custom_submit';
  • custom_submit still runs in preview with above code.. – sylwester Oct 15 '13 at 15:09
  • please provide the form config for your preview button. – Scott Joudry Oct 15 '13 at 15:10
  • its a default entityform button. no changes have been made there: ` [submit] => Array ( [#type] => submit [#value] => Submit [#entityform_draft] => 0 [#submit] => Array ( [0] => entityform_edit_form_submit [1] => ramp_randomise ) [#disabled] => [#entityform_after_review] => [#executes_submit_callback] => 1 )` – sylwester Oct 15 '13 at 15:14

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