I was also facing the same issue. In core DB, property editor settings - binding configuration, the model property should be in camel case. Once I added the model property in camel case, the issue was fixed.
In you case, ariaLabel, ariaRequired etc
That data is never supposed to be changed. It's what user entered in the form, plus a random guid for FormEntryId - it's a unique identifier of that particular form entry (the one you highlighted in your screenshot). Its value has no meaning - it's just a reference so form reports and user related form data can be generated properly. It's like ID of Sitecore ...
Locate the Save Action in the content tree (e.g., for WFFM they live here /sitecore/System/Modules/Web Forms for Marketers/Settings/Actions/Save Actions or /sitecore/System/Settings/Forms/Submit Actions for the new Sitecore Forms), select the item, select Navigate in the ribbon, and select Links to get a full list of items that reference that Save Action.
I have also faced the same problem on PROD, UAT. After trying the above solutions, the issue did not resolve.
But later I found the simple solution to fix this known bug.
Below are the steps:
You need to expand the forms folder from the content tree.
Select the first form in the list.
Go to Navigation Home-> sorting-> up, down.
Change the order of ...
You can potentially replace controller used by Sitecore Experience Forms by adding a patch file which changes implementationType for serviceType="Sitecore.ExperienceForms.Mvc.Controllers.FormBuilderController, Sitecore.ExperienceForms.Mvc" service.
Original service is registered in App_Config\Sitecore\ExperienceForms\Sitecore.ExperienceForms.Mvc....
That setting is not related to Sitecore Experience Forms.
It's a very old setting (originating in Sitecore 7) which is not well documented and (at least to my knowledge) not used commonly:
<!-- MVC DEFAULT FORM CONTROLLER NAME
Name of the default controller to invoke when handling form posts from renderings.
An empty value means that ...
As you mentioned, you are using this Sitecore Form on another SXA website and on this new page, you did not see default CSS and JS. Make sure you're following all the below steps to add a form to a page:
Open the Toolbox. In the Forms section, select and drag the Sitecore Form Wrapper rendering to the relevant placeholder.
After that, drag an Mvc Form ...