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Alright, 

 

Completely amateur user here. No coding experience, no database management experience. But I want to create a game to play with my friends.

 

Here is the thing; I want to setup a signup table. I did this, and I think it is OK to write to a USER database. 

 

 

Then I created another Table. With Column 1 being A through C. And A has an outcome of a or b. So does B and C. Same outcome. 

 

I want Caspio to spit out a datapage that goes to my table and Picks A (not a variable but a constant on the datapage) from my tables, and allows the user to pick a or b, AND assign a value to it. 

 

All this should be user specific. 

 

in other words, 

 

User #21 signs in, 

Sees a table

Table Lists A, with options a or b (preferably dropdown), and a field for value 

Table Lists B, with options a or b (preferably dropdown), and a field for value

Table Lists C, with options a or b (preferably dropdown), and a field for value

 

So the user selects a for A and enters 25

Then selects a or b for B and enters 30

Then selects a or a for C and enters 12

 

This comes back to me as a table:

 

User..... Variable... Selection.....Value

#21              A            a                 25

#21              B            b                 30

#21              C            a                 12

 

I don't even know if this is doable in Caspio. What do you think?

 

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Hello sarpsekeroglu,

 

I think, you can create it easily.

 

You can create a Lookup table,

It will have fields id, List, answer, value.

Then enter,e.g.,

List A - a - 25

List A - b - 15

List A - c - 10

List B - a - 10

List B - b - 25

List B - c - 15

etc.

 

Another table will be store results, for example, it will have fields id, user_id, answerA, answerB etc.

 

A submission form will use the first table as a source for dropdowns and saves answers to the second table.

 

A Report form displays users and their answers.

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