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Microsoft FrontPage97- Collecting form data

Posted on 1997-09-08
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How do I get the information from my "Order Form" to a confirmation form.  I keep geting an error saying "Unable to find file or dictory named:"C|/FrontPage/content/comp97(name of the web)/_vti_bin/shtml.exe/equipmen.htm(Name of the order form).
I am just trying to get it to work localy before I send it to my site.  I am using the confirmation form wizard but no success.  Please help!
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It will not work locally!!  Because the confirmation form requires the equipment to be sent/recieved succussfully to initiate, you will always get this error while using the Local server (this issue isn't fixed in the 98 beta either).  Unfortunately, you'll have to actually publish your site to test it out.  Same for queries, counters, etc.

Good luck!!  Any questions, add a comment.
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