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Hello all,
I'm having a problem validating a form using Kohana and AJAX.  I found some tutorials on the web but can't make any of them work (sometimes they actually seem to be supplying contradictory information).  I was wondering if anyone can give me some tips or point me in the right direction.  I am including what I think are the relevant files:  Model_User (actually just User, I added Model_ to identify it), Controller_User (again just User, added to distinguish between the model and controller), my form validation JS, the Register form, the welcome page, and the welcome controller.
Thanks in advance for anyone who takes a look at it.
Model-User.php
Controller-User.php
Register.php
WelcomeTemplate.php
Welcome.php
Validate.js
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Question by:William-B
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Kyle Hamilton earned 500 total points
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what is the issue that you are having? what is the error? Please post a link to the page in question so we can see it context.
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by:William-B
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Well currently I'm just running on a local server, so I don't have any pages to show.  It actually stops at the $account->CreateAccount() function in the User Controller, which means it's getting past the validation.  It does stop for a reason totally different than the one here, the time() function doesn't match what the database is expecting.  Let me know if you need any other information, sorry about the actual link though.
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