Download the latest version 1.4.1 of the Alkacon OAMP Webform Module now!

December 29, 2010

Alkacon Software - The OpenCms Experts

Version 1.4.1 of the popular OAMP Webform Module is now available, with new features and a lot of issues fixed.

The OAMP Webform Module, which is available now for download from alkacon.com, extends an OpenCms installation with the capability to easily create highly configurable online input forms without knowledge of HTML. The data entered may be sent to an email account and / or stored in the OpenCms database.

Important new features and fixed issues are:

  • Added sub fields that are shown for select boxes or radio button fields depending on the chosen value
  • Improved editor layout for forms by adding tabs
  • Option to generate valid XHTML output
  • Configurable front end report output
  • Uploaded files stored in the OpenCms VFS in addition to RFS
  • ... and many more.

The module is available with full source code and documentation.

All Alkacon OAMP modules are released as full Open Source under the GNU GPL version 3. The source code of the modules is freely available in the public CVS of cvs.opencms.org.

Go to the Alkacon OAMP download page

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