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DotNetNuke Forms Module -Dynamic Forms Demonstration Example #3

This demonstration illustrates how a company with two specific user groups can use Dynamic Forms.  We used Employer and Prospective Employee as our two groups. 

 

Depending on which group the user selects, he or she sees a different list of questions in the form, and is directed to a different page upon submitting the form.

 

Below is a list of each field and how it is set up.

 

1)      Are you an Employer or a Prospective Employee: radio buttons.  A series of Question Events are set up to have subsequent questions based upon this question’s response.  Once the user chooses an answer, a series of questions appears – the user does not need to hit the “Submit Form” button to initiate the list of questions.

 

Fields below are for users who choose Employer:

 

1)      Industry: combo box with choices manually typed.

2)      Company name: text box

3)      Contact name: text box

4)      Contact title: text box

5)      Contact email: text box

6)      Mailing address: text box

7)      City: text box

8)      State: SQL Driven Query

9)      ZIP code: text box with regular expression allowing US ZIP codes in five-digit format (12345), or five digits + four (12345-6789).   Regular expression used: (^\d{5}$)|(^\d{5}-\d{4}$)

10)  Phone number: text box with regular expression for validating US phone numbers.

 

Fields below are for users who choose Prospective Employee:

1)      First name: text box

2)      Last name: text box

3)      Mailing address: text box

4)      City: text box

5)      State: SQL Driven Query

6)      ZIP code: text box with regular expression allowing US ZIP codes in five-digit format (12345), or five digits + four (12345-6789).   Regular expression used: (^\d{5}$)|(^\d{5}-\d{4}$)

7)      Phone number: text box with regular expression for validating US phone numbers.

8)      Email: text box

9)      Past work experience: multiline text box

 

Upon submission, the form redirects the user to a new page.  Employer and Potential Employee each have a separate re-direct page – this is set up in Form Completion Events.

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