[development] After form submit

Salvador Benimeli salbefe at gmail.com
Thu Jul 30 15:33:30 UTC 2009

Hello Victor,

My problem is, after submitting a form, post values are automatically
persisted by Drupal or have I to do myself??

Thanks a lot

2009/7/30 Victor Kane <victorkane at gmail.com>

> What is great about Drupal is that when you create a content type, even
> using CCK module and defining extra custom fields, everything is
> automagically persisted in the database and may be retrieved as nodes. You
> don't have to worry about that.
> And, Drupal has a contributed module which is really practically part of
> Drupal itself (no-one develops any serious sites without using it and CCK):
> the Views module, which is a query generator so you don't have to use SQL to
> list your nodes. There is a powerful graphical interface which allows you to
> create your query on the fly and even shows you a preview of the list you
> will be getting.
> The views module (http://drupal.org/project/views) also allows you to
> create as many displays of the view (Page/Block/RSS etc.) as you like.
> That's why everyone is flocking to Drupal!
> Victor Kane
> http://awebfactory.com.ar
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Salvador Benimeli <salbefe at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm new to Drupal, and after looking FAPI documentation there are some
>> kind of things that are not clear to me.
>> Where go the data once the form has been submitted?? The data submitted on
>> a form is stored as a node or other kind of content or have I to create a
>> table on the database and storing post values inside that table???
>> How can I create a view where I can show all the data that has been
>> submitted???
>> Thanks in advance
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