Hi,

I never had to build such a scenario, but IFormVisitorParticipant can help you?

Let your nested Form (or its parent) implement the interface and return false from #processChildren().

Have fun
Sven


Am 17.11.2017 um 09:18 schrieb Dirk Forchel:
No, I was not searching for a solution how to "disabling nested form
validation" as I was unsure whether it's a proper solution to use nested
forms in a WizardStep.
To get an impression how the checkout should look like have a look at
http://demo.designing-world.com/bigshop-aa/bigshop/checkout-1.html.
Exists a best practice solution how to deal with those scenarios? I'm just
curious.

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