About a month ago I asked whether it was possible to terminate form processing prior to attempting to write an existing entry after editing. The problem is that if there are unique fields in the form, the write fails because GF assumes that we're always adding data. I want to be able to use a form for editing entries as well as adding them. The response I got was apparently considered the final word as the topic was closed, however, the response missed the point.
In a nutshell, the response pointed me to another thread in the forum that refers to a means of automatically removing the entry after it's created, rather than aborting the form process before the write happens. This doesn't work for editing for what should be obvious reasons.
What I need to be able to do is call up an entry, edit it, and save it back to the database using a GF form. Is this possible? If so, how would I work around the lack of editing capability in GF?
GF badly needs the ability to use the same form for adding, editing and deleting entries, IMO. Please consider adding this capability in a future version.