I've got a webform that creates a Case and two Contact Records (one of whom is logged in as authenticated user). I want to allow the user the ability to edit the webform.
I've tried two options:
- Encouraging them to use this page: mysite.org/node/1/submissions
However, any changes they make are only saved in the webform, and CiviCRM Case info is not updated.
- Providing a link < a href="https://mysite.org/amend-individual-grant-application/?cid=[contact_id_b_]&caseid=[id]">View submission
This is slightly odd - it prefills the information, but conditions don't appear to work (e.g. fields are hidden when they should be shown) and I have the same problem as option 1.
I wondered if it's a permissions issue - I gave permission to edit all contacts (since there is more than one contact involved) but there's no equivalent for Cases (only 'access my cases/all cases', which is not quite the same thing).
Any ideas why the information is not saving in CiviCRM?