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JS Errors when using Form Fields in logging

Thread began 2/11/2011 3:42 pm by jim332262 | Last modified 9/10/2012 11:27 am by jim332262 | 1916 views | 15 replies

jim332262

JS Errors when using Form Fields in logging

Problem:
Receiving error message “While executing applyServerBehavior in CreateEmailMessage_WA.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.”

Repeatable Situation:
1. Created simple form page with db logging using fields from the email (see first attachment – Pre Binding Change)
2. Cleared the DW cache.
3. Edited (the single Universal Email instance on this page) to log to a different db, again using fields from the email – again – works fine (see second attachment – Post Binding Change – Email Data).
4. Cleared the DW cache.
5. Made a second edit to the same Universal Email instance changing one of the logging fields to one of the form fields (see third attachment – Post Change 2 – Form Data)
6. Receive JS error listed above when attempting to “Finish”.

I seem to get these types of errors anytime I try to use any form fields, be they from the form itself or the WA Validated Entries fields.

Any help on what am I messing up here?

p.s. – I am using Build 23…the db column and form field have the same field type definitions so that should not be a problem.

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