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Thread began 5/15/2012 8:05 pm by Graeme | Last modified 5/17/2012 2:54 pm by Graeme | 687 views | 6 replies |

Graeme

validations

Not sure if this is the right sub fourum, but my probelm did start once i had installed Data bridge half way through a project into cs6, then opened excisting cs5.5 site which i feel was the mistake .
I have since gone back to cs5.5 to finish of site
Im using the framework extension I am using dynamic plugin to pull in a contact form. Everything validated, email sent redirected to thank you page etc before I installed cs6 data bridge, however now im getting ?invalid=true in the url which i wasnt getting before and the email gets sent but the validation is failing.

i have had to go back to cs5.5 to finish unfortunatly with out data bridge using a buch of extensions that are mostly in data bridge though,

im going round in circles now i just cant get this to validate correctly

im also having problems uploading the file as a .zipx

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I will need to look at the code to be able to troubleshoot the problem.

.zipx files will not be accepted please compress the page top a .zip instead.

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Graeme

attached is the file, its sending the email but not validating (index.php?invalid=true), it was working ok in cs5.5 without data bridge, then i installed data bridge into cs6 opened the site in it opend up a few of the data bridge extensions and now it wont work.



The attached cform.php is sitting in a folder called mods and is being used with a dynamic plugin. I have mod re written the site the url of the dynamic plugin for cform.php to /Contact and redirect to Contact/Thankyou. the full string would be index.php?menuname=Contact and the redirect string is index.php?menu_url=Contact&url=Thankyou

Attached Files
cform.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

i think the problem is because you are using the form as a plugin.

try changing the form tag:

php:
<form class="Sharp_Default" id="SimpleContact_Sharp_Default" name="SimpleContact_Sharp_Default" method="post"  action="../Contact">




to:

php:
<form class="Sharp_Default" id="SimpleContact_Sharp_Default" name="SimpleContact_Sharp_Default" method="post"  action="<?php echo(htmlentities($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"], ENT_QUOTES)."?".$_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]); ?>">
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Graeme

Thanks Jason.

the page now validates as a stand alone page i.e if I view the page cform.php without it being pulled in via the framework extension.

but still if i veiw page cform.php page being pulled in via framework dynamic plugin it still sends email but isnt validating.

for a messy work round i have changed the

$WAFV_Redirect = "".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] ."?invalid=true";

to
$WAFV_Redirect = "Contact/Thankyou";




email still gets sent and user gets thankyou page. I will monitor for spam etc

this was working ok though before i opened site up in cs6 with data bridge installed.

Cheers

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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Graeme

Thanks Jason

started the whole email form from scratch, this time using the standalone captcha in the form tool kit instead of the one in form builder and its now working with the framework extension.

Mnay thanks for your help.

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