|christinac||-- 11-06-2002 @ 6:57 AM|
I'm new to this but have experience with some
coding. I urgently need to create a simple form with
two fields email & mobile number. That will then
get sent to the hosting server as a excel spread
sheet, or sent to me as an email which ever is
easiest and quickest!
I've had a look at the tutorials but get a bit stuck on
What do I enter in the DATASOURCE?
How do I set up the excel spread sheet?
What do I need to inform the hosting company to
do? (I know they do support ColdFusion).
I really need your help.
|Webmaster||-- 11-06-2002 @ 9:44 AM|
Hello, and welcome to the EasyCFM.Com forum
The Datasource is the name of your database connection. If you are not storing the information t your database, simply leave out the entire <cfquery></cfquery> tag.
The easiest way will be to email it to yourself, and you achieve that with the <cfmail> tag.
Here's what the <cfmail> tag would look like:
<cfmail from="#form.email#" to="email@example.com" subject="Form Submission!">
Of couse that's just an example, but you should get the general idea from it... if you need further help, please let me know...
|christinac||-- 11-10-2002 @ 5:07 PM|
I really need your help!!! I thought I would be able to
solve this but it's taking me far to long, I'm not
interested in programming, it's just that I thought I
would be able to help out.
I would need someone's help to provide me with
the cfm programming and tell me what I need to
instruct my hosting company. I can provide the html
All I would need to have is 2 form fields, email, tel
which will be sent to an email address.
Is there anyone who could help me out PLEASE?
|webedge||-- 11-17-2002 @ 1:31 PM|
Er the answer that Pablo gave above will do it. Just save the code above into a page with the extension .cfm
As long as your host supports CF then it will do the job!
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