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Problem inserting latitude longitude data

Thread began 2/25/2010 10:14 am by roger391472 | Last modified 3/03/2010 7:26 pm by roger391472 | 2079 views | 19 replies

roger391472

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Hi Eric,

I finally figured it out so I'll post again in case it might help anyone in the future, I use these threads for troubleshooting so hopefully this will help somebody someday.

The problem was coming from when CSS FB named the fields using the field label. I had a slash in the "Track Size" label as in "1/4 mile" and in the latitude line I had a latitude example of something like -32.998657 so it included a "decimal point". The only thing I can figure about the longitude line was that the label was in two sentences and it eliminated the period at the end of the first sentence when it named the field. When the fields were named by CSS FB it eliminated the slash and the periods and that was causing a problem somewhere in the code although I'm not quite sure where.

The fix was to rename those fields which wasn't a problem at all since they weren't validated fields. I then went back into the "insert record" behavior and reset the fields to the new field name and that did it.

So that ones fixed but don't go too far from your computer...I'm working on a "check user" validation for the e-mail and password fields and so far It's not working so I may be back. LOL

I'm trying to follow this link to do it: showthread.php?t=5084&highlight=check+user&page=2

Thanks for the help.

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