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UE and Parent Paths error

Thread began 11/05/2009 4:21 pm by claudia275316 | Last modified 11/06/2009 7:45 pm by claudia275316 | 1533 views | 10 replies

claudia275316

No, it isn't changing how it writes it. In either case, when i do it manually, the error message says i can't use /.

Let's consider also that i'm a dummy and forms (not entirely true, but feeling more and more like i am).

When i create the form, the directions (universal_email_gsg.pdf) do not say whether what to put for 'action'. I also do not see where it tells me to upload the universal email folder to the server.

I was able to move the UE folder inside the folder where my form is, and changed the call to the include (eliminating ../ or /). I was able to get the form up at that point and submit it. But then i get this error:

Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

Server.CreateObject Failed

/body/WA_Universal_Email/CDONTS_NewMail_VB.asp, line 92

800401f3

Finally, for the go to page it says: In the Go to page field enter the page that you wish to be used as a redirect when the page is submitted.
Redirect? Is this simply not where we want the visitor to land when the action is completed? Like another html page? Since i'm not getting much to work, i thought i better get clarity on this too.

I've been at this about 5 hours. How's that for being a dummy.

Thanks for your help.

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