And if there is no submission ID matching, then a new insert is going to be made: Is it possible to get someone at Jot Form to help us bridge via API to Solve360 CRM?
We're wanting to stick with Jotform, but may have to switch to other form builders for integration ease of use. uri=norada/training I feel confident that someone at Jot Form can solve this fairly easily...
Examples for most of the supported database systems are provided in this file.
For more information, see Setting up the Database to be UTF8 One mistake even seasoned developers make when starting a Symfony project is forgetting to set up default charset and collation on their database, ending up with latin type collations, which are default for most databases.
They might even remember to do it the very first time, but forget that it's all gone after running a relatively common command during development: .
I know it may seem a lot to understand at first, but read all the comments in the code -- I try to explain what I am doing step by step.
I'm also happy to help with any questions (please post questions in a new topic.) How to create a system that allows a user to add/edit/remove data in a database seems to be a commonly asked topic, so I may adapt this into an actual tutorial at some point in the future.