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Form Builder Parse Error

Thread began 9/03/2009 7:50 am by mark.hay302689 | Last modified 9/08/2009 4:45 pm by mark.hay302689 | 2027 views | 6 replies

mark.hay302689

Form Builder Parse Error

I've just got hold of Form Builder and immediately hit a problem. If I build a page vanilla or with template and just use the inbuilt forms e.g. registration simple or rich and simply finish there and then when I test it I get a parse error on line 12 - Checking the code line 11 is

WAValidateEM((isset($_POST["Registration_group_Email_address"])?$_POST["Registration_group_Email_address"]:"") . "",true,1)

line 12

WAValidateRQ((isset($_POST["Registration_group_Password"])?$_POST["Registration_group_Password"]:"") . "",true,2)

and so one dependant on the number of validations - I can spot that the ';' is missing from the end of the line and inserting it will fix the problem. But why is it missing in the generated code?

I can repeat this problem over and over. Anyone else having a problem or is this something local to my system?

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