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This is more of drupal question rather than CiviCRM. I would restore it from db backup. Create a test instance and import the database from backup Export the webform using node export module from test instance Import the exported file on live using node export module. For importing submissions you can export the submission form test instance and user ...


Asking an other question drove me to the best option. I am not sending the confirmation email within webform but rather with a civirule. It's more efficient and also brings more possibilities.


In order to multiply/calculate Amounts based on webform fields, try webform_calculator module: We've made some edits to support amounts being calculated over multiple pages - you can find what we're currently using for our projects here: How it works The module ...


I had the Rules module updated and removed all unused rules(of which we had many), and now the forms are submitting without error

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