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Getting Form Entries From Database

  1. Chris,

    I am submitting a new topic as you requested. Is there an easy way to get the original field values from the database. Below is what I think the code should look similar to (obviously not proper syntax or function calls)

    [php]
    $entryID = 522;
    $entryFields = GFFormDetail::get_entry_by_id($entryID);
    $parameterString = '';
    
    foreach ($entryFields as $entryField) {
      //Get Population Array to look like [  field_values='parameter_name=val&parameter_name2=val'  ]
      $parameterString = $entryField->name . '=' . $entryField->value . '&';
    }
    
    //After for each remove last &
    if ($parameterString != '') {
      $parameterString = substr_replace($parameterString,"",-1);
    }
    
    //Now parameter String is ready for this function (this is the same as the GF hook just linked directly into the actual GF function itself)
    
    return GFFormDisplay::get_form(
    	$id,
    	$display_title=true,
    	$display_description=true,
    	$display_inactive=false,
    	$field_values=$parameterString,
    	$ajax=false,
    	$tabindex
    );

    Thanks for all your help so far Chris - I think I am getting close it just helps with your insight into the Gravity Forms plugin itself and its functions because I have not wrapped my head around all of them.

    Thanks!

    Posted 9 years ago on Wednesday September 12, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Close this topic, figured it out.

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday September 13, 2012 | Permalink
  3. Can you post how you applied your solution for the benefit of other members? Thanks.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday September 14, 2012 | Permalink