When using Drupal web forms, where in the drupal database are the entries saved for each form?

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shahkash
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2013-07-02 2:08 pm EST

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I'm using Drupal webforms. I have questions on the form and the answers that are submitted are saved in a MYSQL database. Where in the database do I find that data?


[original question text]
hello,
when i trying to make value for each radio button, i search in mysql phpadmin to see the name of tables ,i cannot see just in table(webform composent) Column (type ),where it 's
Written (select )
pls help me??? where i find radio button options like(never , always, sometime ) to add value for it by snippet php

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Arn
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16,626 Points
2013-07-02 3:16 pm EST
Hello Shahkash,

Our apologies for the problem you're having finding the value for the radio button. We are unfortunately having difficulty trying to determine the exact item that you're searching for. Can you please clarify the exact thing that you're searching for? If you can provide screenshots, it may help as well. If you make screenshots, please send them in an email to docs@inmotionhosting.com. Make sure to label the subject of the email as "Community Support Team Question" so that we can find your email immediately. Also, if you send screenshots, please let us know by leaving another comment under this question.

However, in spite of having trouble with your question, we did do a little research looking for possible answers. Check out this answer on How to save or insert selected radio buttons in a database. Hopefully, it's related to the question you have asked and provides the answer you require.


Please let us know if you have any further questions or require further assistance.

Regards,
Arnel C.

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hello Arnel ,
thanks a lot for your answer i send email to docs@inmotionhosting.com and subject of the email as Community Support Team Question(drupal) with 2 screenshots.
shahkash
43 Points
2013-07-03 6:30 am EST
Hello Shahkash,

Thanks for the information and for the question! Apparently this is a fairly common question. I was able to find what is hopefully the correct answer for you by looking in several forums. Let me re-state the question clearly for others who might be seeing your request:

When using Drupal web forms, where in the drupal database are the entries saved for each form?

The link I found has a very clear answer on how to find this. He states that you can look at the schema of the tables in the webform.install file. And this will tell you were to find the data submitted to your form in the database.

I hope this gives you the information you need to find your data! Please let us know if you require any further assistance.

Regards,
Arnel C.



Arn
16,626 Points
Staff
2013-07-03 1:41 pm EST
hello Arnel ,
pls , can you add more details. how can i add (insert ) the name of option and it's value
i have confuse
shahkash
43 Points
2013-07-04 4:49 am EST
what i 'll do with webform.install file
shahkash
43 Points
2013-07-04 4:53 am EST
Hi shahkash,

I'm personally not very familiar with web forms in Drupal. I read their documentation on this page to get an idea of what it is you're talking about.

When reading your questions, they appear to be:

where i find radio button options like(never , always, sometime ) to add value for it by snippet php

... and ...

how can i add (insert ) the name of option and it's value i have confuse

To confirm, are trying to have control over the name and id's of the form inputs, such as what I've bolded below?
<input type='text' name='phone_number' id='phone_number' />

If so, why exactly are you trying to change these? If you can tell us your end result, we can try to find a solution for you. At this point though, I'm still not 100% what it is you're trying to accomplish.
BradM
5,399 Points
Staff
2013-07-05 11:58 am EST
thanks for your comment , what i trying to do exactly .it 's assessment questionnaire for client .
i have some questions ,and it's answers is select option ( radio button ) like (never ,sometimes ,always) each radio button have value(number or degree). when the client select his answers i will sum all the selected radio button and the result will go to report Specified
how can i do that with drupal?
i hope that my task is clear , so i make the questionnaires by webform and radio button , and i need to insert value for each radio button to sum them and have the final result.
ihope you can help me pls ??
it 's so urgent problem
thanks for your time
shahkash
43 Points
2013-07-05 4:26 pm EST
Hello shahkash, it sounds like you're on the right path, as in Drupal you would typically use the Webform module in order to create a questionnaire.

As none of us have had direct experiencing trying this out ourselves, and it sounds like you're trying to do some more advanced things, probably your best resource for help on this matter would be the official Drupal Webform module documentation. As this includes not only documentation regarding the module, but also a few webcasts that go over how to create forms.

Linked from that page is also a page on Checkboxes, Radio Buttons, or Select Lists which goes over creating these different types of form elements.

Then there is also a Drupal Webform Report Module which sounds like what you might be looking for in terms of turning your questionnaires into a report.

Please let us know if you had any further questions.

- Jacob
JacobIMH
9,968 Points
Staff
2013-07-08 3:37 pm EST
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