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Creating a contact form confirmation page

Thread began 11/17/2009 4:20 pm by datacate | Last modified 11/18/2009 12:17 pm by Jason Byrnes | 3102 views | 3 replies |

datacate

Creating a contact form confirmation page

I would like to create a confirmation page that has the content of the posted message displayed on it. I have tried everything that I can think of but can't get this to happen... How doe I create such a page?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

have you looked at the "Creating an HTML email" tutorial in the solution recipes section of the universal Email page:
universal-email/

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datacate

Yes I have and the html email works really well and I don't have a problem with that but, what I am looking for is a way to to display what the sender had written on the contact page on the page that loads after they press the submit button. I have tried the Request.Form and query string method but the contents of the form are not displayed. Any ideas?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Ahh, I see now.


you need to store the form information in session variables to be able to display it on the confirmation page.

Our Cookies Toolkit extesnion includes a Set Session Value Server behavior.

For each form element on the page, add a Set Session Value server behavior. The name of the session can be the same as the form element. For the Trigger and the value, click the lightning bolt and select the corresponding form element.


On the confirm page, you can use the bindings in the Session Collection to display the form information.

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