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Thread began 5/26/2010 7:28 am by hbibizadeh396670 | Last modified 5/18/2012 6:50 am by rana_zeeshan1984439234 | 3125 views | 10 replies |

hbibizadeh396670

Captcha security assist

I have created a user registration system for my site, and used form builder to add a Captcha to the registration page of my site.

To make the Captcha work I had to remove the form action and replace it with the name of the page. So the Captcha could function.

Although the Captcha works, the actual form dose not submit of redirect to my database of login page.

How do I make the form function with the Captcha field?

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Eric Mittman

The action of the form is just the location that the form will post to, it should not have any effect on how the captcha displays on the page. The form must post to whatever page you have your server behaviors on to trigger those server behaviors.

Do you have some links where we can see this? It would be best to be able to see a version of the page with captcha working and a version of the page where it is not working. This will allow us to compare the two.

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hbibizadeh396670

I recently had a problem put a Captcha on a normal form and in the end found out that the Captcha dose not work unless the action posts to itself.

In a normal form i would only need to use universal email to apply the email function of a normal form. However, because i am trying to add a Captcha field to a registration form, this will not fix my problem. If helpful, please look at this post:

showthread.php?t=13190

Which brings me to this problem, I have made the Captcha work by posting the form to itself, I Now need to make the registration form submit infomation to my database and redirect to my login page.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Captcha can work with forms that submit to other pages in your site. You just need to add the validation code to the action page of the form. It does not have to submit to itself.

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hbibizadeh396670

could you please provide instructions on how to do that

If possible

Step by Step

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Using form builder, just change the action page to another page in your site. It will do all of the necessary code to make it work on that action page.

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hbibizadeh396670

After following the instructions it still dose not add to the database, and the captcha allows anything to be typed in to it, and accepts it.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

But it displays the action page? How are you doing the database update? Database Update server behaviors would need to be applied on the action page as well. Anything that reacts to the form contents, validation, database updates, emails need to be applied on the Action page of the form.

Did you say you had it working when it submitted to itself? If so, just cut and paste all of the code above the <html> and put that on the action page of the form instead.

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hbibizadeh396670

Thanks for your help, but I have fixed it myself.

As the captcha needs the form to submit to itself, I just had to replace the server behaviours insert record, using the data assist single record insert facility

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rana_zeeshan1984439234

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