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Saving/Setting Entire Form Issue

Thread began 4/13/2009 8:17 pm by tomm | Last modified 3/21/2013 2:04 pm by tomm | 2323 views | 2 replies


Saving/Setting Entire Form Issue

I have a 2 page wizard using that I am trying to get working using Cookies Toolkit, but am seeing some behavior that is at odds with what is in the Solution Recipe for this task.

In particular, when I save the form to a cookie, the name of the form "wizForm1" isn't presented in the Cookies Toolkit dialog, but instead I am seeing "form:forms[0]". Also the name of the cookie derived from the form name is an invalid value "camp_wizard_1_forms[0]". I edit it to remove the trailing "[0]" and proceed.

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Next, when I am on the second page of the 2-page wizard, the page is based on a template, and the "<body>" tag is in a non-editable region. Nevertheless, when I select the "<body>" tag, I can select the "Set Entire Form from Cookie" behavior, but again, do not see the name of the form, but instead "form:forms[0]"

Here is a screenshot:

I am able to insert the behavior, but the behavior is not visible in the behaviors panel.

Here is a screenshot:

After all is said and done, the cookie gets set and the form on the second page is populated, but the "set form from cookie" behavior is not listed, and the "body" tag can not be edited.

Am I seeing what I should be seeing?


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