Last post Apr 14, 2017 08:28 PM by kaushalparik27
Apr 14, 2017 07:15 PM|Ria Ghosh|LINK
I have a web form with a multiview. It has 8 views /steps in it. What I want to do is save the progress of an user and when he comes back again he should be able to start from where he had left off. There will be "Save and Exit" button that will save the
inputs and later when the form is opened again will render with the saved data.
Can you please help me out with the logic or a solution that can help in achieving the above scenario?
For eg: A survey has 4 steps and Mr. A takes the survey and finishes it while Mr. B starts the survey and exits the survey on step 3 and next day when he come back and clicks on the link the survey opens from step 3 where he had left off with all the data
he had provided and can only proceed from there.
Thank you in advance! Any help will be of great help.
Apr 14, 2017 08:28 PM|kaushalparik27|LINK
You can store the progress in some database table (UserSurveyProgress for example, with UserId, SurveyId, StepNum as fields) so that when user click for next step, you store this information to this table and later on when user attempt any unfinished Survey,
you can check if there is already any Progress records exists in this table and if found, then user can be redirected directly to that steps.