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Security_Code_1 not showing

Thread began 6/05/2013 6:44 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 6/06/2013 1:59 pm by danny405167 | 391 views | 12 replies

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I tried to manually create it but when I clicked on the plus sign of the Binding panels, nothing was added. I tried to delete the other session variables but nothing was deleted. I opened one of the two login pages, clicked on the Server Behaviors panel, selected the SecurityAssist Authenticate and clicked on session values tab. Left everything the way it was and clicked OK. My session variables on my list disappeared. Then I was able to add manually capcha_Security_Code_1. Then I added my previous sessions by clicking on the Server Behaviors panel and selecting the SecurityAssist Authenticate. The only session variable that I could not add through the Server Behaviors was the iron_attachFile. The iron_attachFile session variable was created by Webassist when I added an email form with the option of attaching files. Correct? If so, do I have to add a value to the iron_attachFile session variable?

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