DBTS Form Processor Extension Version 3.01 Required Features

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DBTS Form Processor Extension Version 3.01 Required Features

Post by Navaldesign » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:18 pm

Version 3 of the DBTS Form Processor is on its way.

New features include:

Ban IP addresses

Ban email addresses.

Multiple recipients depending on user selection
PHP validation for fields: Required, Text with URLs, Text without URLs, Equal to, Equal to other field (like password / confirm password), Numer =, Number >=, Number >, Number <=, Number <, Email Address, URL, field length min, Field length max, Credit Card, Password Strength, with user defined error messages.

MySQL Datatype definition for form fields
MySQL Storage: update existing record (so you can update existing records)

Field encryption with md5() or sha1() with or without "salt" (so you can create a WB6 based members system with as many fields as you like.

Custom made template for the emails, so you can create and email your own Order Forms, Invoices, Booking Forms etc.

Please use this thread to suggest additional features. I will take them in consideration for the new release.
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Post by Navaldesign » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:13 pm

I suppose that no more features are needed ?? :D
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Post by BaconFries » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:37 pm

I just looked into my crystal ball and can see a host of requests being made shortly.....looks like you will need to put the coffee pot on....lol

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Post by Navaldesign » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:46 pm

Glad to do so!!!
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Post by Navaldesign » Sat Feb 13, 2010 4:03 pm

Hi,

This is not form processing, this is relevant to the Login script.
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Post by gp2727 » Sat Feb 13, 2010 8:42 pm

Ok, you asked so here goes....A Paypal Payment Gateway
Forgive me if this request is out of bounds, but that is the only component you don't have that I could think of.

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Post by Navaldesign » Sat Feb 13, 2010 9:50 pm

gp2727 wrote:Ok, you asked so here goes....A Paypal Payment Gateway
Forgive me if this request is out of bounds, but that is the only component you don't have that I could think of.
Not sure what you mean, can you pls clarify ?
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Post by gp2727 » Sat Feb 13, 2010 11:44 pm

I have seen various forms where customers fill out forms, say for product registration and based on form data, be forwarded to payment gateway. Maybe I'm off the mark here, but that's where I'm heading with this....

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Post by Navaldesign » Sat Feb 13, 2010 11:48 pm

Ah... I see.

Yes, a "Second Post" routine. Which posts further to another script (PayPal or other).

Although this was already possible with the custom includes, I will enhance it so it can be done directly in WB6.

Thanks for the suggestion.
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Post by gp2727 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 12:23 am

Glad I asked....Thank You Navaldesign !

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Post by jerryco » Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:45 am

Would it be possible to select whether or not you want to recieve an attachment in the auto-response email?
This looks like a huge bonus to me :D Wonderful extension already, beautifully cared for. Thanks Navaldesign!
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Post by kevinp » Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:57 pm

A search facility would be handy to retreive and view records stored within the csv or even mysql dbase.

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Post by Navaldesign » Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:26 am

Hi Kevin,

This is scheduled as a separate extension (Just as the DBTS CSV Manager for retrieving, displaying and editing the contents

Regarding CSV files, There is already DBTS CSV Manager for listing, displaying, editing and deleting the contents. I had scheduled the search object but it is a bit complicated due to the fact that I have to write the entire search engine myself.

As for the database, it is also scheduled as separate extension, with the same tools as the CSV Manager one, that is List, View, Edit, Delete, plus Search.
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Post by DarrenH » Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:48 pm

Hi George

Not sure if this is possible, but you asked for features in the new form processor.

What I would like is this function.

Imagine you have a long form - and the visitor to the site is filling it in - but he wants to come back later to complete the form prior to submitting. (Eg a day later)

Would it be possible for the form to be pre-completed to the point where the visitor decided to come back later. - ie he retrieves his haldf completed form and continues to fill it in, the submits.

I guess this will use a MySQL database.

Just a thought

Thanks for your brilliant work

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Post by Navaldesign » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:26 pm

Hi Darren.

I have made this many times with my pro shopping carts (where users can place draft orders, that they can then come back and transform to real orders any time later) or with multi (10 + ) page forms for l o an applications where users probably miss some details and, in order NOT to lose what they have already typed, they are given the ability to "Save" their already filled in forms and come bacl later to complete.

However implementing this in a generic way, requires an auxiliary table, a "cookie" (so the script will recognize the user when he comes back) and more (deleting temporary data in the DB when final submission takes place as well as disabling the cookie). In other words a rather complicated task for a generic purpose script.

I will consider this for the next update (v. 3.02 ) as I'm now in advanced testing stage for version 3.01 and I wouldn't like to delay it further.
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