[pmwiki-users] Simple forms, but which processor?

Mark Bacas mbacas at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 14:07:33 CST 2010

I guess one other thing. It seems like Fox may be a little "more" than
what I need but I'd be willing to learn it and work with it know that
in the future there may be some additional features I could take
advantage of.

 - Mark

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 2:48 PM, Mark Bacas <mbacas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I feel like I'm real close to having my PmWiki setup the way I want it.
> I want to have a simple form (new page for each form) that I fill in
> and can then use pagelists to create various sortations on those
> lists.
> I actually have already gone the creating the various sorts that I want.
> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/114991/wiki.jpg
> I'm just not sure which processor to use. I'm leaning toward Fox. I've
> actually already setup WikiForms, PmForm, and Fox.
> I use the newticket feature of Powertools to create each page as it
> makes it easy to see the date the issue was created on.
> So, I'd like to have a button or link I click on which creates a
> newticket (powertools) that brings me to a form that I fill out. The
> form would have some PTV that I can key off of for my pagelist
> process. I think I was almost there with PmForm but I came to the edit
> screen first which I had to Save first and then I'd see the form to
> fill out. I just want to be brought straight to the form. Also when I
> have my list of pages processed by pagelist I'd like to be able to
> click on a link that would bring up the form to allow me to edit/add
> new data to the existing form.
> I've done lots of reading, but I'm having a hard time piecing all the
> parts together.
> Any advice would be appreciated.
> Regards,
>  - Mark

More information about the pmwiki-users mailing list