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Daily Report - List Entries

  1. mshussein


    I am trying to create a report that is run daily via cron which will list all entries for that day.

    I am creating from plain old PHP (ie: i'm not using wordpress/gravity forms functions whatsoever).

    All is well, I can get all the data, but how do I get the NAMES of the fields?

    How do I know what each 'field_number' means?

    Do I need to look at a meta table and unserialize some text into a PHP array?

    $result = mysql_query("
                   wp_rg_lead.user_agent ,
                   wp_rg_lead_detail_long.value as long_value
            FROM wp_rg_lead LEFT JOIN wp_rg_lead_detail ON = wp_rg_lead_detail.lead_id
                            LEFT JOIN wp_rg_lead_detail_long ON = wp_rg_lead_detail_long.lead_detail_id
            ORDER BY date_created DESC; ");
        echo "<table>";
        // build leads into array
        $leads = array();
        while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) {
            // if the lead isnt in the array, then add it
            if (!isset($leads[$row['id']])) {
                $leads[$row['id']] = $row;
            // store the data and field
            $leads[$row['id']]['fields'][$row['field_number']] = $row['value'];
        $doneHeader = false;
        foreach ($leads as $id => $lead) {
            // if we haven't done the table header, then do it
            if (!$doneHeader) {
                echo "<tr>";
                foreach ($lead as $name => $value)
                    echo "<th>{$name}</th>";
                echo "</tr>";
                $doneHeader = true;
            echo "<tr>";
            foreach ($lead as $name => $value) {
                if ($name == 'fields') {
                    echo "<td>";
                    foreach ($value as $fid => $fv) {
                        echo "{$fv}<br>";
                    echo "</td>";
                } else {
                    echo "<td>{$value}</td>";
            echo "</tr>";
        echo "</table>";
    Posted 8 years ago on Wednesday November 7, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Hi,
    Is there an update on this?
    Are there any other ways to automatically create a daily (or periodic) summary of form submissions and have it sent to specific recipients?

    Posted 8 years ago on Tuesday December 18, 2012 | Permalink
  3. You could mimic the export routine that Gravity Forms uses, and script it by using wp_cron() or an actual shell cron job. There have been no further updates on automated exports of the entries.

    Posted 8 years ago on Tuesday December 18, 2012 | Permalink