Button in embedded task form

Hello everyone,
I am trying to make my own “Complete” Button in an embedded task form, in order to execute a script before submitting.
However, when I click the button nothing happens.
I am not very experienced in web developing, so I probably did a mistake in the html file.
Here is the end of the file with the function and the button :

If someone has a solution to my problem, please let me know.

Hello @whynotworking ,

I would like to refer to the lifecycle listeners that live inside the cam-script.

https://docs.camunda.org/manual/latest/reference/forms/embedded-forms/lifecycle/

What you then will do is looking at the submit event and implement your script inside the listener function.

Hope this helps

Jonathan

Hi @whynotworking,

Try below code

<form name="frmTest">
	  
	<script cam-script type="text/form-script">

		inject([ '$rootScope', '$scope', 'Notifications', function($rootScope, $scope, Notifications) {
			
			$scope.doComplete = function() {
				// invoke complete() method
				$scope.complete(Notifications.addMessage({
						status: 'Successfully Submitted',
						message: 'Form has been successfully submitted',
						scope: $scope
					}));					
			}

		}]);
	</script>

	<div class="form-group">
		<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" type="submit" ng-click="doComplete()">Test Complete</button>
	</div>
</form>
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Hi @jonathan.lukas, thanks for your answer but I didn’t really explain my goal which is to do several submit button with different behaviors. I don’t think listeners are relevant for my situation.
Hi @hassang thanks for your answer, it seems to work !