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sadkkf

sadkkf Purchased

Hi—

Can you tell me a few more things about this:

- Where does the form validation occur? Client side? Server side? both?
- Can I insert my own code for validation?
- Are all the forms stored in mysql?

Thank you!

Hi

1. Form validation occurs primarily on server side

2. There is currently no support for custom validation

3. All forms are stored in mySql

4. There hasn’t been a large scale effort to address responsive-support for all forms, but some of the new templates support it to a degree. The css for your forms is fully templateable as designed so you can add your own css styles by just throwing it in a folder, then selecting it from the drop down at design-time

5. Yes, the extended license allows you to deploy to your client’s server

sadkkf

sadkkf Purchased

thank you! What about the data that’s entered into a form? Is that saved to MySQL as well? How is it stored? Is each form field stored in a separate database field?

The relational model has a relationship that maps the data entered to the field which it was entered in.

I’m receiving an error after I set up my tables and adding a new form.

“Unable to save form SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1366 Incorrect integer value: ’’ for column ‘IsRequired’ at row 1”

If I change the ‘IsRequired’ column to VARCHAR instead of a TINYINT I no longer receive the error but it makes all fields required. Any help is appreciated.

I can save the form properly but only if all of the fields are set with required as true. If the required field is false and I try to save the form the error occurs if that helps at all.

Let’s do this over email. Email me from the product or author page.

You should know however, the demo version is always kept in sync with the package you receive at the time of purchase. If you can throw this up on a shared server somewhere do that and give me access via email so we can debug it together.

Got it to work on a different machine. I’m not sure why the problem occurred on my other laptop. One more quick question. How is your session_start(); set? Or how can I redirect someone who is not logged in or has the right permissions when landing on the “New Form” page. Ex: if(!isset($_SESSION[‘logged_in’])) { redirect } else { run as normal }

Is this a desktop or online app? I’m creating a mySQL database on my desktop with Workbench, then will want to build forms and reports before uploading to the server as a web application

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