Error 1109 URL not valid HELP ))

Hello dear, I have a problem (Error 1109 url not valid). Who can?

Hello Arshak

It's very likely that the URL is invalid. If you direct your built URL to a label, you should be able to spot the error.

the info I sent buys, registers at this address What does Invalid address mean? Would you please tell me more details?

Show the full content of your first line in the join:


It simply means the address is wrong in some way and thus is rejected. Out of the many characters the address has, it wouldn't be a surprise to find a typographical error in there, which is why I suggested you need to look at the entire concatenated (joined) string (text). If you can't spot the error, post it here for us to try. Tim is a Google Docs expert.

Next time you post an image of your blocks, do this:
Right-mouse in the Blocks work area and select "Download Blocks as image"

Base URL to form looks OK. Opens up the form here. Can you open the form in your browser (incognito/private window, or not signed in to Google account) ?

You did have this working in your other topic, so what has changed since then?:

( I notice you do not appear to be using the replacement blocks to fix your decimals....although that wasn't causing a problem with the URL)

when exactly do you get that error message?

use Do it to debug your blocks, see also tip 4 here
and post the result here... also make sure, all textboxes do have a valid input
see also Live Development, Testing, and Debugging Tools

Trying to push the limits! Snippets, Tutorials and Extensions from Pura Vida Apps by icon24 Taifun.

Hello dear friends. I will not be able to solve this issue anyway. Who will help me how to solve this problem?

It could be that the form/sheet has become corrupted (I have seen this before)

Try setting up a new form/sheet to test.

Alternatively, if your users will only enter data using the app (and not the form) consider a google apps script web app to submit your data.

ok friend thank you for what you said I will try to write about the result

I never trust a text block whose contents end in '...' .
I duplicate the text block, and split each clone at a reasonable location into front and back then use a text JOIN of the two parts. Each part that still is too long needs to be split again, until I can read every text block to the end.

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