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Thread began 9/23/2009 2:49 pm by kcowan1266862 | Last modified 9/24/2009 8:22 pm by kcowan1266862 | 1772 views | 4 replies


Tracing My Steps

I am using Dreamweaver CS3, Coldfusion 8, and UE 3.0.6. I went back and traced my steps. I can run UE (do everything except the Body tab) and the form works fine; submits a blank page to both email accounts. Once I run the DWEdit function on the Body tab (even though I do not add anything), the form will not work; it will not even open. I have uploaded a Word document containing the GOOD CODE (before I run DWEdit) and the BAD CODE (after I run DWEdit). The Word document also contains a copy of the Error Screens I get when I attempt to open the page. Screen One is the first Error Message I receive.

Notice in rows 4 & 5, there is a missing quotation mark in DE(") :
ToString(IIf(isDefined("Form.studentName"),"Form.studentName",DE("))) & "|WA|" & ToString(IIf(isDefined("Form.emailAddress"),"Form.emailAddress",DE("))) & "")>
Is this something that is going to happen everytime I use the extension, or is there a fix?

I fix that and get the Screen Two message. Not seeing a problem with the code named in the Error message, I move on.

The code between the </cfsilent><cfsilent> tag is produced by running the DWEdit, but I don&#8217;t know if it is causing a problem.

Running DWEdit seems to remove information from the following tag:
<cfset MailTo = WAUE_getAddressString("#IIf(isDefined("Form.emailAddress"),"Form.emailAddress",DE(""))#")>
<cfset MailTo = WAUE_getAddressString("#IIf(isDefined(")>

Any suggestions?

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