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Sitecore Forms rendering renders content from Master database not from Web database. How to configure it to render published content?

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Please check your sitecore.config or SiteDefinition.Config or any custom config that what database is set for your site. It should be web.

And then try to run showconfig page by going to https://hostname/sitecore/admin/showconfig.aspx and search for your website and check, the database should be set web here.

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  • Yes..the database context set to master db. Thank you. Oct 10, 2022 at 13:42
  • Please accept the answer if this works for you, so in future anyone else will face the same issue, they can also see this. Oct 21, 2022 at 9:04
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As Meenu suggested you can check your sitecore.config or siteDefinition.Config what database is set there

<site patch:before="site[@name='website']"
            name="yourSite"
            hostName="local.yourSite.com"
            targetHostName="local.yourSite.com"
            rootPath="/sitecore/content/Your Site"
            startItem="/Your Site"
            database="master"
            domain="extranet"
            allowDebug="true"
            cacheHtml="false"
            htmlCacheSize="10MB"
            registryCacheSize="0"
            viewStateCacheSize="0"
            xslCacheSize="5MB"
            filteredItemsCacheSize="2MB"
            enablePreview="true"
            enableWebEdit="true"
            enableDebugger="true"
            disableClientData="false"
            enableCustomErrors="false"
            dictionaryDomain="{000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000}"/>

As shown in above configuration if database is set to master then content will render from master database, and if database is set to web in that you have to published your content related to forms data then content will render from web database.

Hope this helps you.

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