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How do I setup submission account?
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I understand what a form_id is, as I have already set up a form using the code method, api. What I do not understand is where to place this in a code form. Do I need to put script into my form html or php page or does it go into the module's login.php page?
Quote:In order to use the login page, you MUST pass the relevant form ID to the page via either the query string or a POST variable. For example, here's a direct link passing it via GET:

<a href="http://site.com/formtools/modules/submission_accounts/login.php?form_id=X">Login</a>

I have it working now, one minute after posting this. LOL
awesome. This is a wonderful program.

I just added the password field to my form but was not working so I changed the "password" to "Password".
I still dont understand the what script above does though. I did not use it so no rush...
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Ah! The above script is just provided to let you link to the login form. For instance, you could list that URL on your form's "thank you" page so that users know where to go to log in and update their submission. Alternatively, you could include that link in an email template to email the users - again letting them know where to go to log in.

The Submission Accounts module provides a couple of options for the login form: one is the one you mentioned: linking directly to the default login form, letting your users log in there.

The other is to use the generated HTML login form, found on the "Custom Login" tab.

Both do the same thing, really. The custom login form just lets you embed your login forms in your own pages.

Hope this makes sense... as I typed it out it ended up sounding a lot more complicated that it really is...! erk!
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(Apr 10th, 2009, 12:30 PM)Ben Wrote: Ah! The above script is just provided to let you link to the login form. For instance, you could list that URL on your form's "thank you" page so that users know where to go to log in and update their submission. Alternatively, you could include that link in an email template to email the users - again letting them know where to go to log in.

The Submission Accounts module provides a couple of options for the login form: one is the one you mentioned: linking directly to the default login form, letting your users log in there.

The other is to use the generated HTML login form, found on the "Custom Login" tab.

Both do the same thing, really. The custom login form just lets you embed your login forms in your own pages.

Hope this makes sense... as I typed it out it ended up sounding a lot more complicated that it really is...! erk!

LOL - makes perfect sense! I was wondering if you thought the same about my original message. Anyways, I am already using the custom login, and it works nicely. I filled out my form, then went to the page that has the custom login script inside it. I used the same username and password that I filed out in the form with and it took me to a page where I could edit my submission! That is so perfect. My client is going to be pleased.
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(Apr 10th, 2009, 12:30 PM)Ben Wrote: Ah! The above script is just provided to let you link to the login form. For instance, you could list that URL on your form's "thank you" page so that users know where to go to log in and update their submission. Alternatively, you could include that link in an email template to email the users - again letting them know where to go to log in.

The Submission Accounts module provides a couple of options for the login form: one is the one you mentioned: linking directly to the default login form, letting your users log in there.

The other is to use the generated HTML login form, found on the "Custom Login" tab.

Both do the same thing, really. The custom login form just lets you embed your login forms in your own pages.

Hope this makes sense... as I typed it out it ended up sounding a lot more complicated that it really is...! erk!

Dear Ben,

firstly, well done for the great job.

ISSUE :- Submission account is not working with my form built with FormBuilder Module. When I want to configure new form,immediately,after selecting the form for configuration, it displays "Error" without detail error msg .

See the attached screenshot.

Kindly help with the way out .

Best regards,
Solomon.



   
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