Reading Form Data - Post ID 296432

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Hello. This also might seem like a dumb question, but is all form data stored in a master file that can easily be read? Receiving confirmation emails is of limited usefulness to me.

Also, can a form be set to accommodate a specified number of entries, such as for taking reservations for a site with limited seating capacity?

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Hi Ted,
There area two ways to setup something like this.
Either submit your form to a Mysql database or save it to a csv file.
Then you can process that data when client loads the form to allow the form to be filled in or do a redirect or what ever way you want to handle it. Let me know which way you would like to go. You can't do either options if your using S-Drive to host your form.
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