File Saving and Mail Sending

Posted on 2004-11-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
How do you do the @Command([FileSave]) when you are storing your form in a document and sending it off with @Command([MailSend])? The fields won't save when I send off the document and I want to send the whole form.

I currently have the form set to "store form in document" and the database set to "allow use of stored forms in this database".
Question by:DeanPogue
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    just do a @command([filesave]) and in querysave give this: (assumption is u already hgave a sendto field)

    call source.send

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    Do you need o save the form at all, or just send it with the form and fields complete?  If you only need to send, don't bother with the save, and just use @Command([MailSend]) or even just @MailSend.

    If you need to do both, add a field to your form called MailOptions, value (or default value) "1"
    When that field has that value, every save will also resultin a send.

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