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Multi-stage forms - is cookies toolkit the answer

Thread began 5/11/2011 4:03 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 5/12/2011 9:03 am by YellowCircleWeb | 2172 views | 3 replies


Multi-stage forms - is cookies toolkit the answer


I'm about to start development of a web based application that will allow users to enter data into forms through several stages. I need to be able to allow users to save what they've entered and quit out early if required, then to log back in again at a later date to complete the remaining stages (e.g. if I use a 5 step process and they quit out at stage 3 of 5 the next time they log in it should recognise that they have already completed stages 1 and 2 and fetch all the data previously entered before picking up from stage 3).

I've been thinking about the best way to go about developing this type of system and I think cookies toolkit may be the answer - would others agree?

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