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I love that Joe introduced FormSubmissionHandlers; it's opened the doors on how we leverage our sites to collect and distribute information. I am working on one project currently that needs the Form modules title. Anyone have examples of code where they have done this?
You could get the module like this:
WebForm form = new WebForm(e.ResponseSet.FormGuid);
Module m = new Module(form.ModuleGuid);
then you can get the title as a property on the Module.
I was looking at the GetFormByUrl as well. Saw that it has the module id in the query string. I initially approached this problem using the module Id in the querystring of the view submission url. But your solution is better (less coding!). For this particular problem I needed the module title to link a form with an external management tool: Here's the code:
WebForm webForm = new WebForm(e.ResponseSet.FormGuid);
Module module = new Module(webForm.ModuleGuid);
string moduleTitle = module.ModuleTitle;
Works perfectly. Thanks for the help.