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Form Insert Prior to add of Captcha

Thread began 11/03/2009 7:22 am by rog4679 | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:33 pm by rog4679 | 902 views | 1 replies


Form Insert Prior to add of Captcha

Hello -

I built a form 'contact Us'. I tested the 'insert record behavior' before adding CSS Form Builder. Form works without CSS Form Builder.

The server behaviors prior to form builder -
-ecart session variable - uses recordset below as primary key
-recordset conForm - uses id_primary key from bindings
-insert record
-list of fields to 'post'

After inserting Form Builder w/captcha. The form doesn't insert.
Should I remove any of the above server bindings/server behaviors prior to inserting CSS Form?

I'm not clear on sequence of bindings and server behavior.
Could you give me some direction on the process?

Thank you - Kathi

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