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Thread began 10/20/2009 2:26 pm by john384495 | Last modified 10/23/2009 1:16 pm by john384495 | 1620 views | 11 replies

john384495

Software works great...but I need some help.

I was able to set up a css form builders with a simple contact. Went ahead and applied Universal email and to my surprise got it right. Ok here is the loop.


I have several pages in different folders that I want to be able to use this form to send an email to. These pages are different store info and each has its own email address.

I can write the code on the fly that would be able to set each page in each folder with a set variable session.

<?php
if (!session_id()) session_start();
if("" == "") {
$_SESSION["StoreEmail"] = "yo@blah.com";
}?>

and it works as I do see it when I bind it to a table cell on that page. But, on that page I have a contact link that opens the original form page called User_Contact which has the form by form builder and Universal email. So when I run the Universal email wizard I click on the TO: field and then click on the "StoreEmail" session. It does not work...also added a quick table on this page and binded a cell like on the other page and nothing shows. I have come to the conclusion after millions of dollars spent and 3 years of my time...that the session is not carrying over. Any suggestions.

Thanks in advance for any help.

One thing that needs to be known is that these are regular users who come to the page. There is no server behaviors on the store page besides the set session. The email page has WA Server Validations with other validation behaviors and Universal Email.

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