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Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook by Douglas Vernon Denny

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Tracking changes to submissions

We discussed at some length in Chapter 3, Working with Submissions that previous versions of submitted data are lost for good when we edit any submission, that is, submitted data updates occur on a replacement basis.

The Webform Revisions module makes it possible for us to track changes made to submissions after the fact. As we edit submissions, historic versions of the data are stored separately from the standard Webform tables. Any historic version can be reverted so that it is again the current version of data in so far as Webform is concerned.

Getting ready

Let's navigate to the Webform Revisions homepage at http://drupal.org/project/webform_revisions and download the latest 7.x version. The compressed folder ...

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