[thelist] Data capture in Drupal...
beertastic at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 06:24:36 CDT 2009
Many thanks all!
I think that I'm going to investigate both options..
With the data I capture, I'm gonna need to do some calculations, make
a few graphs based on that data...
But as long as the data is in the DB, I can get it and do what I want to it...
Basically, what I'm building is weblog viewer for a client...
One bod enters in a bunch of stats (using forms that I'll create using
CCK for example)
and then the view takes that data and prettys it up for some big wig
to drool over for a few moments...
Seems like it's doable... ;-p
Right.. a reading I will go...!!
2009/9/10 Tony Crockford <tonyc at boldfish.co.uk>:
> On 10 Sep 2009, at 18:05, Sarah Adams wrote:
>> Tony Crockford wrote:
>>> I didn't get that the OP wanted to email data from a form or save it
>>> to a CSV file - WebForm would need an extra processing script to save
>>> the data to a database?
>>> From the Webform page: "Submissions from a webform are saved in a
>> database table and can optionally be mailed to a nominated e-mail
>> address upon submission. Past submissions are viewable for users with
>> the correct permissions."
> I missed that.
> (time to crawl back under the desk….)
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