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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 Jason Byrnes | 1529 views | 4 replies |

holt3937911

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 better....so 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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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Have you tried deleting the Dreamweaver Cache file from the users configuration folder?
common_installation_issues.pdf

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holt3937911

Dreamweaver cache removed

In the past I have deleted the dreamweaver cache file.....checked it today...to delete again...but didn't see it.

This problem somehow went away last night.....but its back again today. Thinking maybe a reboot of my system over the past few days may have resolved my problem....I tried to rebook my system again today, but the same error message occurs.

I've created a PHP page...added only a Captcha field....then follow up with adding Server validation..and get this same message.

Any other suggestions?

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holt3937911

Reinstalled Form Toolkit to resolve issue

Using the adobe Extension Manager...I removed the Form Toolkit extension....download it again...resintalled it....and currently I'm not having the problem. :)

I saw a new option about testing for "Not Case Sensitive"....that I don't remember seeing before...so maybe my recent download provided me with a newer version (hmmmm....my previous version was installed just last week)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It shouldn't be a newer version. Maybe the issue was caused by installing CSS Form Builder after installing Form Toolkit.

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