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What is best method for designing a form in SharePoint 2013?  I would like for this form to submit data to a SQL database, and I would like to avoid InfoPath (unless InfoPath is truly the best option). Thanks for reading.
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I have only used InfoPath in the past as it is the only solution I was able to get working 100% of the time.  This is the video I used to setup the solution.

InfoPath Tutorial - Submitting InfoPath Data to your SQL Database - June 20, 2013 Webinar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6qFwMJy-P8

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JC
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Thank you!
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