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Form submission not firing rule in Adobe Launch to set evar

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12-02-2021

Seems like a basic function of launch so not sure what I am doing wrong. I have created a rule in Launch with an event = Core-Submit. I tried setting it to a specific element = #pardot-form which is the ID in the code. I then switched it to "any element" and it still did not fire. I have no conditions set and the actions are to set variables and send the adobe analytics beacon. 

 

When I look at the adobe debugger on the form page, you can see the launch tag on the form is working as context data is captured and global link clicks, but nothing shows up in the logs or the analytics tab for the rule after hitting submit.

 

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UPDATE: The rule is firing properly. The set variable action wasn't set properly so the eVar was being populated with "null" . Now the problem is the rule fires every time the form is submitted. Including if you leave the fields blank, click submit, and the page reloads with required field errors.

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Yes, input type="submit" accesskey="s" value="Submit Your Request". If it helps this is using a Pardot landing page.
 
 
 

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14-02-2021

Is the button <input type="submit"> ?