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Goal:

I have two different user roles:

  1. Borrower
  2. Provider

There are 5 categories for these users to choose(they can select all if they want):

  1. Market 1
  2. Market 2
  3. Market 3
  4. Market 4
  5. Market 5

Each roles have different registration forms depending on the categories they picked. Let say:

For Borrower role:

If Market 1:
  step one: 
    form A
  step two:
    form B:

If Market 2-5:
  step one: 
    form A:
  step two:
    form C:

For Provider role:

If Market 1-4:
  step one:
    form A:
  step two:
    form D:


If Market 5:
  step one: 
    form A:
  step two:
    form E:


Where:
  form A = generic registration form
  form B = specific for Borrower role selecting Market 1
  form C = generic form for Borrower role selecting Market 2 to 5
  form D = generic form for Provider role selecting Market 1 to 4
  form E = specific form for Provider role selecting Market 5

Question: Is there any module that can do this? Any thoughts how can I achieve this using Drupal API's?

  • +1 for this question...I would like to see other best approach in this kind of problem – ninjascorner Sep 21 '12 at 13:22
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These modules might help you:

  • Thanks Ivanhoel123 I already installed these modules and already setup diff roles but still I'm in the middle of nowhere. Is it possible to add custom/new fields in Profile2? – user8012 Sep 18 '12 at 13:04
  • This was more of a starting point on a first glance :) What do you mean by adding custom/new fields in profile2? – Aram Boyajyan Sep 18 '12 at 19:54
  • IN admin/structure/profiles for each profile types there is an option to add new fields in the manage fields. Is it ok to add new fields there or create a seperate form using FormAPI? – user8012 Sep 18 '12 at 22:57

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