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Login Not Working in IE

Thread began 10/06/2010 10:31 am by president310264 | Last modified 10/08/2010 3:27 pm by Jason Byrnes | 819 views | 6 replies |

president310264

Login Not Working in IE

I am running into some odd behavior with SecurityAssist. For some reason, my login works perfectly in all browsers except IE. When I am in IE and attempt to login, it simply refreshes the page. I am stumped as to what would cause this.

Thoughts?

~Clay

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure the login page form fields all have a value attribute


if you continue to have problems, please send a copy of the login page so i can investigate the code.

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president310264

They have value attributes. login page code is attached...

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users_LogIn.cfm.zip
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president310264

Discover anything yet?

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president310264

Bump...anything yet?

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president310264

Fixed!

Ok...I found the issue. It was something with the way IE handles the input form tag with the type of image. It was not processing that correctly. What I had to do to fix was change it to a submit type and all worked well. So if anyone has form submission issues with WA forms...one thing to check would be the submission input button type.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ahhh, yes, image input would make a bit of sense, in IE an image input will not pass a value, only the x and y coordinates.


another fix would have been to modify the login trigger code:
<cfif (isDefined("Form.LogIn"))>

to:
<cfif (isDefined("Form.LogIn.x"))>

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