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Server Side Validation values in forms

Thread began 6/03/2012 5:42 pm by Ian S | Last modified 6/04/2012 3:33 pm by Jason Byrnes | 341 views | 1 replies |

Ian S

Server Side Validation values in forms

Hi WA,

You may already have this one in the bag in terms of fixes but I have done a bit of testing on my CS6 machine tonight and come across an issue where the local file path is prefixed to the validation value when applying it to a form element.

For example, what should be :

<?php echo(ValidatedField("new_692","accesskey")) ?>

is created as :

<?php echo(ValidatedField("file:///MacintoshHD/Users/Ian/Sites/dwebsitename/apps/wcadmin/navigation/new","accesskey")) ?>

I know this used to happen on server side validation if you didn't save the page after applying the behaviour, but it happens all the time now.

Cheers
Ian

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Thanks for reporting this.


it seems to happen when the action of the form is to post to another page.

I have logged this in our system so we can get fixed in the next update.

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