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Validate Profile Page Created by SA

Thread began 9/08/2009 7:20 pm by Daryl | Last modified 9/09/2009 12:54 pm by Daryl | 1124 views | 2 replies |

DarylBeta Tester

Validate Profile Page Created by SA

I have a "Profile Update" Page that was created automatically by SA

I am unable to find the place which holds the URL for redirect.

I have Server Validation on each field and also a success message which requires the page to be re submitted with ?success at the end of the URL

The Code does not look the same as the the insert and update page so I am a little confused about where the url?success should go.

I am using this as the success message (which works well on the other pages)
but just returns the word success following the url even if validation fails.

<?php if (isset($_GET['success']) == true) { ?>

        <div class="success" id="success">
          <div align="center">
            <p>Your profile has been updated successfully!!</p>
            <p>Thank you for keeping your information up to date.</p>
        <?php ?>
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The profile page has an Update record Server behavior applied to it that contains the redirect. Edit the Update record server behavior to add the success=true URL variable to the redirect.

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DarylBeta Tester

Hi Jason

I tried looking for an update behaviour but couldn't find one. So I added one, and its working great.


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