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webassist/framework/checkout.php Not Found

Thread began 6/05/2014 12:52 pm by bill173836 | Last modified 6/06/2014 12:07 pm by Jason Byrnes | 19887 views | 7 replies |

bill173836

webassist/framework/checkout.php Not Found

On the checkout page I'm getting the following error. The requested URL /webassist/framework/checkout.php was not found on this server.
To the best of my knowledge I've never had a checkout.php page in the framework folder. This is particularly troublesome since the page is the checkout.php page. Any idea why I might be getting this error?

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checkout.php
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

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

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bill173836

http://www.funkymonkeycoupons.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The form on the checkout page has been edited to 1) use recortdset info as the values, but the recordset is not returning a reszult, and 2) Submit on page load.

this is causing the validation on the confirm page to fail in an endless loop, becuase it redirects to checkout which submits on load, fails, redirects, submits, fails etc..

the recordset is set to filter using the UserID session variable, but your login creates a session named:
conID


use that session instead. and be careful when submitting a form on page load.

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bill173836

Thanks, that seemed to fix it. I have a question on Captcha. I've added a Captcha to a form on this site and the captcha_Securtiy_Code & captcha_Securtiy_Answer sessions aren't showing up when I try to validate the form. Here is the register form page. Thanks again.

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shop-register.php
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if the session are not showing in the bindings, you may have to create them

go to the bindings panel and click the plus button, select session and enter the session name.

if creating them is not sticking, use the OS file system browser to browse to the sites root, and delete the _notes folder.

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bill173836

What do the session names need to be called. I tried captcha_Security_Code and captcha_Security_Code_1 the second one worked for the code but I also have the Answers on the page and I tried captcha_Security_Answer and captcha_Security_Answer_1 and neither worked.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

for the security question, the session name is:
random_answer

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