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What does "no answer" setting really do? 3 years 2 months ago #89723

I am running the avg straight through mysql via my own script from my CMS.

What I think I will do is create a maintenance script to run periodically and replace empty values with NULL values.

Any way to trigger my third-party script once a new survey entry has been saved (like a post-process script)? I don't recall any such feature, but I also haven't gone under the hood in a while.

Thanks!
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What does "no answer" setting really do? 3 years 2 months ago #89738

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totem_logic wrote:
Any way to trigger my third-party script once a new survey entry has been saved (like a post-process script)? I don't recall any such feature, but I also haven't gone under the hood in a while.
LS included : use End URL and Automatically load URL when survey complete?
LS not included: jQuery.ajax

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What does "no answer" setting really do? 3 years 2 months ago #89759

Thanks everyone! I appreciate the support this time. Cheers!
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