You can create an invitation for any form you created from the Public Forms plugin.



  • Base: The LDAP branch is which this invitation will be stored
  • Name: A name to identify this invitation
  • Form: The form to show for this invitation
  • Email subject: The subject of the sent email
  • Email content: The content of the sent email
  • Author: Shows the author of this invitation

Sending invitations

To actually send invitation you need to fill the second section on the right.

  • Reply to: This is the email address which will be put in the Reply-To header, it defaults to the email address of the connected user
  • Emails: This contains the email recipient you want to send an invitation to, if any



Once you invited some people, a registration object is created for each of them, which stores the state of his registration.

Registration sent

A registration contains a few informations:

  • Email: The email address the invitation was sent to
  • User object: A link to the user object once the registration is filled
  • Status: The status of this registration, one of: Sent, Filled, Accepted, Rejected
  • Last change: The date and time of the last modification and its author
  • Invitation: A link to the invitation object


Once a invitation is used and the form is correctly filled:

Registration filled
  • A user object is created using the template.
  • This user is locked and has the fdUserRegistration objectClass.
  • This user is stored in the base indicated in the form object, under a similar tree as the one its invitation is stored at.
  • The registration state is changed to Filled.

Then, a manager or administrator needs to accept or reject the registration.


If the registration is accepted:

Registration accepted
  • The user object is unlocked.
  • It’s moved to the same base as its invitation.
  • The objectClass fdUserRegistration is removed.
  • The registration state is changed to Accepted.


If the registration is rejected:

  • The user object is deleted.
  • The registration state is changed to rejected.