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Topic: PDF to ASP in frames
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 95699
From: jillbyrd
Date: 9/3/2003 09:30 AM


I have a PDF form that when submitted calls an ASP page that puts the data in a database. Then, that page calls a “set-up your account” page that only has three fields – username, password, email. That page calls a ‘thank you for your interest’ page which has ASP code that submits that information into the database.

On the first page, everything goes in fine, but when the ‘set-up your account’ page comes up, it’s in plain text (or something). All the fields are there, but the title is changed to something the machine has made up. When you submit that page, I get a ‘can’t find that page’ page. I’ve checked urls. It’s not that.

I’m thinking that plain text problem has something to do with it.

Does this sound familiar to anyone? Got any suggestions? I’ve tried putting all the code together, but that doesn’t work either. Whichever page comes back, it’s always in plain text.

Thanks in advance!

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