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From "Gerald Richter" <rich...@ecos.de>
Subject Re: form data going astray
Date Thu, 02 Oct 2003 20:47:00 GMT
>
> The problem is that sometimes when a user clicks a button to submit
> form data, the values in the form are apparently not sent back to the
> server. The result is that the user sees either an error message or
> the application's entry page (because the application doesn't find
> form data that indicates what it should do).
>....
> The last few reports of this problem have all come from people using
> Netscape Navigator 4.7x, and I don't know if that's a coincidence or
> not. I think the problem has occurred with other browsers, but I don't
> have figures to show how often.
>

This is not a familar problem and you need not to accept it. This should
also work with NS 4.71. Maybe you have some HTML code that the old Netscape
doesn't like.

Can you create a short form, with just an input field and a submit button
that shows this behaviour?

Gerald


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