So, I’m thinking..
Is it possible to have LimeSurvey – a survey - produce one specific persons questionnaire results into xml format based upon hotdocs 2009 professional schemas, and then emailed to me upon completion for quick integration into a legal document? Hotdocs 2009 uses .anx “answer files’ which is an xml file based upon certain schemas, which I believe that I have. The xml/anx file pre-fills the hotdocs template upon selection of said *.anx.
The hotdocs software has database connectivity functions, but they seem confusing, and I have yet to connect successfully to the remote mysql host – hosting with hostmonster and mochahost - maybe they block that somehow.
I know, just use the mysql database connectivity, but as users move from computer to computer and it just seems setup would seem redundant and prohibitive that way. Unless, a .bat file? Also remotely seems mostly confusing.
Convince me of something doable, or not, and let me know the cost, or of a more feasible solution that I have not considered.
Goal: Interactive online form --- results ---- Production of legal document template using hotdocs with prefilled answers from interactive limesurvey form (offline), tweaked by attorney/paralegal upon review, returned to user by email as completed pdf for proper filing with the court.