Bug 16300 - new xml style tags don't work properly with formmail
new xml style tags don't work properly with formmail
Product: Red Hat Web Site
Classification: Red Hat
Component: Other (Show other bugs)
i386 Linux
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Assigned To: Tom Lancaster
Paul Lindner
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Reported: 2000-08-15 18:17 EDT by Maraya Cornell
Modified: 2007-04-18 12:28 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2000-08-15 20:44:17 EDT
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Description Maraya Cornell 2000-08-15 18:17:17 EDT
I'm testing this form with the new xml style for dynamic tags. First, I get 
a lot of Internal Server Error messages. Those go away when I reload the 
page. The real problem is that the form will not accept any email addresses.  
For example, if I put maraya@redhat.com into the email field, the error 
message I get back says, "The e-mail address 'maraya.com' does not appear to 
be valid."  Is the @ some sort of special character that's getting erased?
Comment 1 Tom Lancaster 2000-08-15 19:00:05 EDT
The email address it's referring to is the one you put in the formmail
parameters, not the one you entered in the form. I don't know why it's getting
parsed, though. That's unrelated to the FillInForm stuff.
Also, if you don't specify METHOD=POST in the <FORM> tag, this might cause data
to hang around longer than it should.

Comment 2 Maraya Cornell 2000-08-15 19:09:35 EDT
Right, it isn't related to the fillin stuff at all.  In fact, I took out the 
fillin tags to reduce the number of variables. guess i should have mentioned 

I added METHOD="POST". I'm still getting the same error. 
"The e-mail address 'maraya.com' does not appear to be valid." no matter what 
email address I put in there.
Comment 3 Maraya Cornell 2000-08-15 20:44:15 EDT
I get an Internal Server Error when I put that there.
Comment 4 Paul Lindner 2000-09-06 14:33:44 EDT
The latest fixes to the ASP.pm module should fix this.

Comment 5 Paul Lindner 2000-09-06 14:44:11 EDT
*** Bug 16298 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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