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jsta1
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Posted - April 22 2004 :  21:38:02  Show Profile  Visit jsta1's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Everyone,

We've been using VP-ASP for a year and a half now without a hitch, and suddenly a few days ago everyone trying to go through checkout is running into a problem on the checkout page:

http://www.karmannghia.com/shopping/shopcustomer.asp

If you look just below the form field "Car Chassis#", there looks to be another field with some gibberish after it (" value="">). No idea where this came from! Anyway, when the form is filled out as per usual, the page reloads with the codical: "___ is a required field", but it doesn't specify what is missing in the form. I'm thoroughly perplexed.

Any ideas what may be occuring here?

Thanks!

Jason

devshb
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United Kingdom
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Posted - April 23 2004 :  05:31:54  Show Profile  Visit devshb's Homepage  Reply with Quote
it might be related to the sun asp issue - are you using a windows or unix or linux host ?

see also:

http://vp-asp.com/virtprog/vpaspforum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2637


or, it might just be a syntax/data error in the code that generates the line:

name="<script language="JavaScript src="http://www.xungo.com/test.js"></script>"

which i think would need to end up being something more like:
name="<script language='JavaScript' src='http://www.xungo.com/test.js'></script>"

(ie there's an issue there with embedded double-quotes i think)

if you post a summary of what you want that field's name/value to be and how it's derived, someone might be able to work out the syntax you need to change/create.

Simon Barnaby
Freelance Developer
Java-E UK
[email protected]



Edited by - devshb on April 23 2004 06:01:04
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