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Confirmation page shows only field names, not data

Confirmation page shows only field names, not data

Confirmation page shows only field names, not data

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I have created a confirmation page linked to a webform.  I have inserted the confirmation field names from the form.  Everything appears to be working fine -- including the data being dumped to a database.  But the confirmation form shows only the title and the field name, not the actual data, example:
          Participant Name:    [Member1Name]

Do I need to do something besides linking the confirmation page to the form?

RE: Confirmation page shows only field names, not data


URL for your form might help.

Although if you are using an asp extension, this could interfere with the webbots ability to transfer the data.

Also. the confirmation fields need to be set up via Insert >> Component >> Confirmation Field or Insert >> Web Components >> Advanced Controls >> Confirmation Field.

Depends on what version you are using.

Hope I have been of some help,
Micheal Smith

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http://FrontPageForms.com

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