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Congratulations, you have succesfully started the Survey™ Project webapplication (v. 1.2.3)

  • To start using Survey™ you can login as user admin, password admin. Once logged in and once you have created a survey / form, you can change the password, username from the User section.

  • You can run Survey™ in single-user mode (anonymous). Open the web.config file with a texteditor and find the FormUserProviderSingleMode element for more information.

  • Other settings like the SMTP mailserver can be changed through the web.config file also. See the nSurveySettings section.

  • More information can be found at the Community website at You can use the Forums to ask any questions.

  • You may now start using the online administration tool by logging in to the Authentication form.

  • Survey™ Samples: you can find two sample survey xml files in the [_FormSamples] directory. They can be imported after logging in [new survey / import survey from XML].

  • This page is compliant with:

    Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS!

    The Survey™ webapplication was rewritten to become W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional compliant with the exception of pages making use of third party components.

  • The language setting of your webbrowser determine the xml languagefiles used to present webpage texts.

    This effect can be changed in the web.config file: culture/ uiculture. If set to "auto" Survey™ will pick up the culture/ language of your browsersettings. To explicitely pick a specific culture/ language, replace "auto" with "en-US" or "nl-NL" for example.

Survey Administration Authentication

Login :
Password :

SURVEY™ is a web survey and form engine based on the open source webapplication formerly known as NSurvey. NSurvey was written by Thomas Zumbrunn, (c) 2004/2005. The new SURVEY™ solution was started by Fryslan Webservices™ , copyright (c) 2009/2011. Survey™ is published under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE v.3, 29 June 2007. The SURVEY™ open source webproject can be found at
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