Get the value of a checkbox in Form Wizard Pro

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8/21/2012 1:26:27 PM
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Get the value of a checkbox in Form Wizard Pro

I have added a checkbox to my form built using the Form Wizard Pro.  I want to add logic to my custom handler detecting whether or not the checkbox has been checked.  How do I get the value of the checkbox?

8/21/2012 2:36:19 PM
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Re: Get the value of a checkbox in Form Wizard Pro

Checkbox questions store the answer in the database just like any other question. You cannot get access to the checkbox itself but the answer/response should be stored as "true" or "false" and you access it just like any other question type as shown in the article Implementing a Custom Form Submission Handler.

Hope that helps,

Joe

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