- Moshe YalovskyAsked on October 09, 2013 at 06:21 PM
Someone created a quick form for us at JotForm as we got too busy with other projects.
All our forms that we create locally here using ASP.NET are saving the data to our data store (SQL server)
We would to do know if the following functionality is possible:
The form will be sitting in an iFrame in our asp.net templates
When the user clicks on save - save it in our data store
When the user submitts the same
Does it have to be both on your side in addition to ours?
If only on ours when user comes back to the form how do we feed the form with data from our data store
If all that is doable and too complicated (?) we might start adding more forms through your service becuase of the ease of creating the forms.
Thanks for you detailed response.
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- CesarAnswered on October 09, 2013 at 07:24 PM
You are able to export data out of the form using the POST method through a custom Thank you page and are also able to send data back in to the form using URL Parameters.
Kindly take a look at the articles below for more information:
Do let us know if you need further assistance, thank you.