Post to confirmation page?


G

Guest

I'm trying to post a form with hidden fields to a confirmation page with
confirmation fields populating an order form to be further filled and
submitted.

FP2003 wanted the pages saved as .asp

Form posts back to the original page, not to the confirmation page, just
goes in a circle.

Here's form code in unpublished page: <form name="printable_form"
method="POST" action="--WEBBOT-SELF--">
<!--webbot bot="SaveResults"
S-Email-Format="TEXT/PRE" S-Email-Address="(e-mail address removed)"
B-Email-Label-Fields="TRUE" S-Date-Format="%m/%d/%Y" S-Builtin-Fields="Date"
S-Form-Fields="add business item_name baseitn amount options quantity
shipping "
U-Confirmation-Url="order_entry_form.asp" -->
 
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D

David Berry

The FP Forms handler doesn't work with ASP pages. They both have to be HTM
pages with no ASP code. You could make them both ASP pages and then pass
the values from the form page in hidden fields and then use ASP on the
second page to pick up the values and populate the second page
 
G

Guest

David Berry said:
The FP Forms handler doesn't work with ASP pages. They both have to be HTM
pages with no ASP code. You could make them both ASP pages and then pass
the values from the form page in hidden fields and then use ASP on the
second page to pick up the values and populate the second page
 
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G

Guest

~Yes, hit the button after signing back in and the message was erased, but
too late . . .

I had the confirmation thing working several years ago with FP2002. Now i
wonder why FP prompts for the .asp extension and just goes in a circle back
to the same form page when the submit is clicked. Mouse-over of the submit
button gives the URL of the same page. That seems bizarre unless it thinks
the confirmation field are on thae same page, but there is a confirmation URL
in the form code.

The form is on the same page as other Paypal shopping cart code which works
fine.
 

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