No user accounts, just one log in. The biggest limitation for me is not being able to customize the fields as easy as I would like, yeah you can go into the PHP and allow, for example, two fields to be on one line, but I would like it to be a quicker way to do that through the software we have a lot of forms. But overall, I really like this software, it has pretty much replaced all of the web forms on our site.
Mach Forms works like a charm for basic, ad-hoc forms, however, I'm finding that we have need to create user accounts, and add some logic to the forms themselves and to the email responses, which unfortunately it isn't capable of. Has anybody found a good, robust form system that allows for multiple user access and form logic?
We're using Machforms. We modified it so log in is through LDAP, and we set up a basic 'group' structure based on the LDAP tree... so for instance if you are in the maintenance_forms tree you can access the maintenance forms. The webteam has access to all forms.
Features like having two fields on one line would be great to have, but for now I just take the approach of simplifying the forms as much as possible.
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