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aarffy , May 06 2007, 23:52
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aarffy 2
May 06 2007, 23:52 #314
I can't find a discussion anywhere of how to create a form that saves the data to a table.

I created a table of the same name as the form. That's the only way I can think of to do it because there doesn't seem to be a place on the form creator to link a form to a table.

But I get this when I clikc Show Data for the form:

Table Doesn't Exist for this form, Please create a table first to store your form data.

I'd gladly pay the $25 registration for the answer. I'm spending more than that in my time trying to figure this out without documentation.
admin 28
May 07 2007, 00:01 #315
Hi, In the form manager, check the "checkbox" in front of the form, then click "create table" icon at the top, beside "Show Data" and "publish", "unpublish"...etc

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aarffy 2
May 07 2007, 00:52 #321
Got it, Thanks. The $25 is on the way.

Users might want to know this one, I found it on the joomla site in comments about the component:

index.php?option=com_chronocontact&chronoformname=YOUR_FORM_NAME_HERE

Excellent component, once you get the little details sorted out. The upcoming tutorial will help immeasurably, I'm sure.
admin 28
May 07 2007, 01:05 #322
Thank you very much for your support , tutorials will be available asap for all topics, we had a problem with the tutorials made which is that it was made on high screen resolution which won't work well with all users so we ordered it remade, thats the reason of the delay.

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