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Here is how its setup.

The Channel: Personal Trainer Directory

Edit Group Assignments

Status Groups: Statuses

Edit Preferences

Default Status: Open

Member Group Settings

Channel Assignment

Can post and edit entries in Personal Trainer Directory: Yes

Module Access Privileges

Can access module SafeCracker: Yes

SafeCracker Module Settings

Personal Trainer Directory

Default Status: Open

SafeCracker tag

{exp:safecracker
channel="personal_trainer_directory"
return="/member/profile"
entry_id="{segment_3}"
status="open"
safecracker_head="no"
use_live_url="no"
url_title=""
}

The entries are being created fine, just dont understand why they are showing up as closed still. Is there anything that I forgot?

Edit: I added the Member Group Settings section above, I forgot to add that initially so I'm still having the same issue

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    Does the member group who is submitting the form have permission to post entries to the channel? – Jason Varga Feb 20 '13 at 20:01
  • @JasonVarga in the Member Group Settings, I have Can post and edit entries in Personal Trainer Directory: Yes and Can access module SafeCracker: Yes for that member group. Is that what you were asking? – Joe Bobby Feb 21 '13 at 16:45
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    Also make sure you've assigned a Status group to that channel. – Steven Hambleton Mar 18 '13 at 20:56
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Make sure that the member adding the entry is in a group that has access to the non-closed statuses. Before you do that, ensure a status group is assigned to the channel. Superadmins can use Open and Closed even without a status group assigned; but others can't - and that is the most common cause of what you're seeing.

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  • thank you so much! this fixed it! this 1 was a little tricky i never htought to check the specific status – Joe Bobby Feb 21 '13 at 16:56
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I was having this problem. Try removing status="open" from the Safecracker tag altogether. Worked for me.

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