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5/4/2016 2:44 PM
 
jschlosser wrote:

Thanks.  I found the table.  I am used to being able to do something more with a form than just stick it all in the same place in a database.  I would have thought (and did) that when I specify, for example that a field that gets its data from Users.FirstName would store the changes in the place the data came from.  I need to create a registration form that will allow a person to subscribe to a paid security role, then make the security role assignment (or update the expiry date if they already have it) after PayPal processing.  I am not being cheap as much as I am trying to keep things from breaking during an upgrade when a third party module is no longer supported. 

As you might have noted it's a relatively simple Forms module. I think you would have to use a third party module.

Also, the FNL module used to be a Core module, but officially it isn't any more, so the risk you take with the FnL module is the same if not higher than with a third party module to be honest as there is currently no active developer for FnL.
I suggest either Xmod Pro or Action Form.

HTH

 
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5/4/2016 7:43 PM
 

Thanks.  Then I will quit wasting my time trying with this one!

 
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5/5/2016 6:35 PM
 
there are a couple of Registration / Membership Administration modules in the store as well as a free one on github from DNN-Connect.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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5/5/2016 10:05 PM
 

Thanks!  I will go look.  Meanwhile, remembering that I am not doing the day to day work on this site and that there isn't anything built in to do it, is there a good custom forms module that a webmaster (better than novice with HTML but not by much) can use to create custom event registration forms with payment through PayPal?  It needs to be really easy for her to use.  I need to replace the registration functionality that she is currently using on this site. 

 http://www.catfishcon.com

This is better than last year's site by far.

Thanks.

 
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12/1/2016 10:58 PM
 

I'm baaaaaaack.  I need the ability for staff to download a list based on a predefined query, view or stored procedure.  I am looking at this again and cannot figure out where the datasource is specified.  

Can someone help with this, please?  And thanks!

JoAnn

 
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