Here is some information about using WFB with a MySQL Database. If you have an existing form that saves to MySQL and...
... you add a field, it will add the field to the MySQL database.
... you remove a field, it leaves the field in the database.
... you remove a field from MySQL that exists on the form, the form will add it back.
... you add a field to both MySQL and WFB where the MySQL field name and the WFB field name are the same and the fieldname is added at the end of the MySQL table, the form writes data to the database properly.
... you add a field to MySQL but not to WFB, the form will write the data correctly to the fields it knows and ignore the ones you added only to MySQL.
...you use the html element and add a tag manually in the html, WFB will not add it to MySQL.
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