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Misdirecting After Update

Thread began 2/17/2012 9:57 am by salaroche | Last modified 2/17/2012 10:54 am by salaroche | 728 views | 2 replies

salaroche

Misdirecting After Update

Jason:

I created a search sequence in a Website using DA's Search Wizard and then I duplicated the pages and changed the names of the duplicate pages. Now I have two Search sequences in the same Website (It's the same Website whose other problem you solved yesterday)

The first sequence is working well, but the second sequence's AUpdate page is misdirecting to the DDetails page of the first sequence. All the other links and pages of the second sequence are working fine.

I've tried changing the page name in the "After Update - Go To (optional)" field in the Update Record Wizard, but DA completely disregards any changes I make there. Even if I leave that field blank it still redirects to the same wrong page after Updating.

Is there any hidden code redirecting to the "original" page?

You can check out the problem by clicking on the following link:

index.php

The passwords are the same I gave you yesterday.

Any sugestions?

Attached please find a copy of the AUpdate page.

Thank you for your attention

Attached Files
AUpdatePage.zip

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