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Posted on 2015-02-03
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I have a database 2007 and I am using IE8 (I know this is old but my machine is still XP so cannot go any higher)

I need the database to replicate the following on the web page:
Enter data into text field 1
Check Checkbox 1
Hit the Next button

I am successfully achieving all 3.

However, there is a piece of validation that is running on the web page and it seems to me to be running when I click outside of Field 1.  I know this because I get a little green tick.  Whatever I try, I cannot replicate the little green tick.

Any help would be appreciated - snippet of HTML attached
validation.bmp
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by:als315
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Can you try manually press enter or tab after filling this field and look at result?
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When doing it manually it worked.  The web page actually turned out to have several references to what I thought was the field in question but I was using the wrong one.  Thanks for you input and sorry for my delayed response :-)
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Using the incorrect field name when setting the value
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