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How to generate Unique Ticket Numbers?Asked by kungo on July 19, 2013 at 01:46 PM
Hello, I'm trying to find a way to email random raffle ticket numbers when a person purchases them
through my JotForm (which I will integrate with PayPal).
I searched existing JotForms, but found nothing close.
I realize this is a specialized coding requirement. But can I hire anyone at JotForm to do it, or
would you be able to refer me to a coding expert who would be able to do the above, using JotForm?
Hi, You can send a random numbers to the user who submit the form by adding a hidden - unique ID field.
Set an index value
So, on Email, the user will receive a unique number.
You can use this number to integrate with paypal.
Hope this information helps you.
Amazing! Thank you dinesh!
We are very happy that Dinesh answered your question correctly
Hello again dinesh,
When I submit the form (and put another of my email addresses in it) the only email I receive
is to my JotForm email address -- not to the email address I typed into the form.
I understood you to say that this form will send the random number to the person filling out the form? That's what I need it to do. Please advise.
Here is the form:
This seems to be a different issue than your original topic which was resolved already.
May I please suggest that you create a separate thread for the new question.
You can do it here http://www.jotform.com/contact
Provide as much details as you can, and we will attend to it asap.
Hi jonathan, Actually, it's the exact same issue I started with. I thought my issue was resolved, but the form did not function as it was suposed to. But thank you for your response -- and I will start a new thread.
Thank you. I re read the initial messages... and you maybe right also.
BUT If you look at the topic subject, it was about random raffle ticket sending to email. Which I think was resolved since a colleague was able to show how to, and it does goes to your email address.
The new issue seems to be that,-- it wasn't sending an autoresponder email to a person using the form.
I will monitor your new thread created for this so I can attend to it at once.