Form page not submitting

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Hi,

I´m running 4.62. Viewing older (4.41) converted forms works. Creating and viewing new forms (4.62) works as well. Submitting them does not work. The page just flicker/reloades and you end up with the form containing your fill in info.

No data is saved i db, no e-mail is sent.

#29650
May 07, 2009 16:00
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It was quite some time I dealt with 4.x issues, but if I remember correctly, this issue will occur if you do not have the furl registration tag in your templates. Make sure you have this in your master page (or included via a control): 

<%@RegisterTagPrefix="EPiServer"Namespace="EPiServer.WebControls"Assembly="EPiServer"%>

...

<episerver:FriendlyUrlRegistrationrunat="Server"/>

#29655
May 07, 2009 17:01
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The Register-tag is there already. I put the other one at the the end of MasterPage.master, but no difference.

#29659
May 07, 2009 17:46
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The <episerver:FriendlyUrlRegistrationrunat="Server"/> tagg has been in the installation the entire time.

Any ideas?

#29694
May 08, 2009 15:06
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I had trouble with the SMTP settings. If the settings are wrong, the XForm is not able to send emails and the submit fails. It fails without any error messages, and the content in the form is still there. It looks just like the flickering you described...
#29885
May 20, 2009 9:21
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Hi

Did you manage to resolve this? I have a 4.62 site that is all of a sudden behaving in the same way.

You can't even get forms to submit to the DB.

Many thanks

 Stuart

#30227
Jun 08, 2009 13:54
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No, I am still working on this one. I will post my solution here, if I ever find one.
#30698
Edited, Jun 15, 2009 13:45
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Hello,

Check out this forum-post.

http://world.episerver.com/Forum/Pages/thread.aspx?id=28931

We had this problem on 4.62. When the editor saves the form in IE8, it stopped working. Then just open the form on IE7 and save it did the trick.

#30731
Jun 16, 2009 15:34
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Thanks for the tip, but I´ve never used IE8 on this installation.

#30753
Jun 18, 2009 11:59
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We suddenly have the exact same problem, it started to occur sometime the last 3-4 weeks. I traced it down to the HTML for the submit tag suddenly being different??? The strange thing is that if we press the return key it submits, but not when we click the submit button. I think it might have something to do with the onclick="return(false)" that is added to the submit button (but it's not present on older forms)

If somebody have a solution to this problem, please make contact as now I'm having a site with 20.000 daily unique visitors without a contact form :-(

#30908
Jun 26, 2009 8:29
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Problem solved, it was wrong property type on the page type (Form, XForm data)

#30909
Jun 26, 2009 8:31
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#34430
Edited, Nov 06, 2009 16:20
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Here is solution for EPiServer 4.61 and IE 8

In Util\javascript\xformedit.js find function called
formPopulateForSubmit and replace it with

function formPopulateForSubmit( oForm )
{
 fieldPropertiesHideAll();
 var content = document.getElementById('__formcontent');
 var xFormControl = document.getElementById('FormControl');
 content.value = xformcontrol.innerHTML;
 content.value = content.value.replace(" type=submit", "");
 content.value = content.value.replace("<INPUT onclick=return(false)", "<INPUT onclick=return(false) type=submit");
 return true;
}

That should make trick:-).

#34439
Nov 06, 2009 16:40
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There is a hotfix for the problem with Xforms in IE8 for version 4.62.

#36280
Jan 22, 2010 12:59
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Is the hotfix for XForms in IE8 available for download? I can't see it in the downlaods section.

#36461
Jan 29, 2010 10:34
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Hi Mark,

To get your hands on XForms hotfix, please contact EPiServer Developer Support.

#36463
Jan 29, 2010 11:16