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Insert/Update Submissions to MySQL Database QuestionAsked by Xavier on April 12, 2013 at 09:50 AM
I do have a concern as sometime jotform add some figures after the field I created.
Let say I add an input field name. On the Post I get on my page, the field that correspond to name is [name17]. Which of course cannot be inserted in my Database.
Of course in my landing page, I could make a script in order to recover the corresponding field but that would not always work
Do we have a possibility to put another tag for the input field (i want my label = name and the post id will be 'username')
This is a re-post of a comment on How to send Submissions to Your MySQL Database Using PHP
As far as I know, the names that correspond to each field are not inserted to the database. The tables on the database are manually created. The field names are only used and inserted to the PHP file that you will have to created to match with the database tables.
Your table name from database is; name
Your field name is; [name17]
The codes to PHP file is; $name = $_POST['name17'];
I hope that I explain this well.
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