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Server Validation for CAPCHA

Thread began 2/01/2011 7:40 pm by holt3937911 | Last modified 2/07/2011 1:23 pm by holt3937911 | 1620 views | 4 replies


Server Validation for CAPCHA

I've added a simple contact form using FB that included a Security Captcha field. However, I like the customization you get with the Form Toolkit I've swapped out the field used for Security code so that the one created with the Form Toolkit is used. All looks well...until I try to add the server side validation. I use Webassit/Form/Validation/Server Validation.....selection the validation Like Entry, the session variable created for the security code..and the input field in the form used to capture the security code entered by the user.

However, I get the following error message...any suggestions

"While Executing onCLick in WAFV_Server.htm, a JavaScript error occurred."

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