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Security_Code_1 not showing

Thread began 6/05/2013 6:44 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 6/06/2013 1:59 pm by Jason Byrnes | 390 views | 12 replies |

danny405167

Security_Code_1 not showing

I was following the tutorial from http://assets.webassist.com/html-help/331/form_toolkit_validations_captcha.html, on how to add a server validation after adding a captcha. On step 5 it reads "Expand the Session option and choose the captcha_Security_Code entry." but when I did it on my computer, the captcha_Security_Code does bot appear in session list. Has step 5 been removed? And if so, what do I select for my server variable?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The binding should be there, you may need to create it manually:
on the bindings panel, click the plus button and select Session Variable, name the new binding capcha_Security_Code_1

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danny405167

I tried to manually create it but when I clicked on the plus sign of the Binding panels, nothing was added. I tried to delete the other session variables but nothing was deleted. I opened one of the two login pages, clicked on the Server Behaviors panel, selected the SecurityAssist Authenticate and clicked on session values tab. Left everything the way it was and clicked OK. My session variables on my list disappeared. Then I was able to add manually capcha_Security_Code_1. Then I added my previous sessions by clicking on the Server Behaviors panel and selecting the SecurityAssist Authenticate. The only session variable that I could not add through the Server Behaviors was the iron_attachFile. The iron_attachFile session variable was created by Webassist when I added an email form with the option of attaching files. Correct? If so, do I have to add a value to the iron_attachFile session variable?

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danny405167

Still having problems with captcha

After posting my previous tread, I tried to add a server validation and I got an error message "Please select a dynamic data item"

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Use your OS file manager to access the root folder for your site and delete the _notes folder, then try adding the binding again.

if that folder becomes corrupted, it wont allow new bindings to be created.

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danny405167

I deleted my _notes folders from the root dir. Now when I try to send an email I get the following:

Notice: Undefined index: capcha_Security_Code_1 in E:\vhosts\dev-4\iron\index.php on line 21

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at E:\vhosts\dev-4\iron\index.php:21) in E:\vhosts\dev-4\webassist\form_validations\wavt_scripts_php.php on line 84. I tested the page on both the live and local server and the results have been the same. Also, my session variables on my list disappeared after deleting the _notes folders. I always delete the _notes folders without affecting my session variables list, except today.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

i'll need to see the page please.

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danny405167

Here is the page. If you need to see it on the live server, the link is at buildersfence.com/iron/

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the code looks correct.

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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