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Thread began 4/30/2012 9:37 am by biz295654 | Last modified 6/18/2012 10:50 am by biz295654 | 1475 views | 12 replies


Revisiting this issue.

I had never used form builder before, so new learning curve for me.

I have figured out the form builder to send an email. All good.
But I can't figure out the next step (insert function) to get the contents of the form to feed the database.

On one set of form builder instructions, the last paragraph says:

"At this point, you should have a functioning form that you can upload to your website. However, if you wish for your form to insert data into a database, you will need to apply Insert Record Server Behaviors using a different WebAssist extension, DataAssist.

For more information on applying the Insert Record behavior using DataAssist review this page of the DataAssist Help System."

But I am not getting how to tie them together. I know how to do insert behaviors (starting in databridge) but now what to do from a functioning form, to adding Databridge to make it use insert. Is there a tutorial yet for this? I'm missing some basic understanding on how to merge the two.


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