rblehar Absent Member.
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Creating a Custom Form - SurveyESQUE form (PLEASE READ!)


I'm looking for help building a custom form that is like a survey (compiles "votes) but it allows users to "vote" more than once. We would be using this to compile data to find trends at our company for certain aspects of our organization.

So all I need is something like a survey that let's users "vote" (but not really a vote) as many times as they want. Does anyone know if there is a way I can do this with Vibe or would this be something I would have to custom make using a .JSP?

Please anyone with any ideas chime in! I really appreciate the help
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Re: Creating a Custom Form - SurveyESQUE form (PLEASE READ!)


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