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I have a html form which has a number of fields. When "submit" button is clicked all these fields are concatenated into a single string and submitted to another URL as a parameter. This works fine in the chrome in mac machines well. But in windows machine , in chrome,  some times it does not.  Any help is welcome.
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Paul MacDonald earned 500 total points
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That's not a lot to go on.  

What's the value that drops?  Is it always more or less the same?  Does it contain characters that have to be URL encoded?  Does it matter where that parameter shows up in the concatenated string?
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Sorry, but you will need to be a bit more specific.  Can you post your HTML form?  How are you submitting the data?  Are you just using the standard HTML form submit, or are you using some type of scripting to submit the form?  What are you using on the back end to process the form submission?

What is the expected result vs what you are receiving from Chrome on a Windows machine, sometimes?
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Thank you for the points, but were you able to solve your problem?
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