Purcforms default server

Hi All,

Say i have designed a from with a form with a purcforms using the demo
form designer instance at http://purcforms.appspot.com/FormDesigner.html.
After designing the form i hit save (File->Save) where does the form
go .(Where is the default server?).

Thanx.

Hi Jack,

That is a form designer widget which is not connected to any forms server.
So after (File -> Save) the xforms xml is just put in the "Xforms Xml" tab.
I think that menu item should better be renamed to "Export to Xml" as ODK
Build correctly does call it.

··· On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 6:36 PM, JackFreako wrote:

Hi All,

Say i have designed a from with a form with a purcforms using the demo
form designer instance at http://purcforms.appspot.com/FormDesigner.html.
After designing the form i hit save (File->Save) where does the form
go .(Where is the default server?).

Thanx.

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So, i need my own instance of ODK Aggregate server to save the forms?
How do i do that?

··· On Sep 19, 7:39 pm, Daniel Kayiwa wrote: > Hi Jack, > > That is a form designer widget which is not connected to any forms server. > So after (File -> Save) the xforms xml is just put in the "Xforms Xml" tab. > I think that menu item should better be renamed to "Export to Xml" as ODK > Build correctly does call it. > > On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 6:36 PM, JackFreako wrote: > > Hi All, > > > Say i have designed a from with a form with a purcforms using the demo > > form designer instance at http://purcforms.appspot.com/FormDesigner.html. > > After designing the form i hit save (File->Save) where does the form > > go .(Where is the default server?). > > > Thanx. > > > -- > > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > > Options:http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en > > -- > If we keep uppermost in our minds the unkind and unjust acts of others, we > shall find it impossible to love them as Christ has loved us; but if our > thoughts dwell upon the wondrous love and pity of Christ for us, the same > spirit will flow out to others.

Yes you would need an ODK Aggregate Server to save the forms.

About how to do it, have you taken a look at this?
http://opendatakit.org/use/aggregate/

··· On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 10:52 AM, JackFreako wrote:

So, i need my own instance of ODK Aggregate server to save the forms?
How do i do that?

On Sep 19, 7:39 pm, Daniel Kayiwa kayiwadan...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Jack,

That is a form designer widget which is not connected to any forms
server.
So after (File -> Save) the xforms xml is just put in the "Xforms Xml"
tab.
I think that menu item should better be renamed to "Export to Xml" as ODK
Build correctly does call it.

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 6:36 PM, JackFreako yared...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,

Say i have designed a from with a form with a purcforms using the demo
form designer instance at
http://purcforms.appspot.com/FormDesigner.html.

After designing the form i hit save (File->Save) where does the form
go .(Where is the default server?).

Thanx.

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we
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shall find it impossible to love them as Christ has loved us; but if our
thoughts dwell upon the wondrous love and pity of Christ for us, the same
spirit will flow out to others.