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  • Nigel 29 posts 52 karma points
    Oct 06, 2014 @ 11:27
    Nigel
    1

    Bug - Non valid characters

    The issue was caused by one of the form field names starting with a number.

     

    Interestingly if you do start with a number the system adds the letter ‘n’ before the number in the ‘xml’ file.

     

    So the field ‘100 Wool felt stack’ was fine

     

     <n100woolfeltstack>

     

    However the field ‘£50 voucher @ the bramble patch’ caused the problem. This is because the £ sign is stripped for being neither a letter or a number but because the 5 was the second number an ‘n’ wasn’t added.

     

    <50voucherthebramblepatch>50voucherthebramblepatch>

    Please add some javascript validation so that certain non valid charaters are not allowed at the start or make sure an 'n' is added universally

    Many thanks

  • keilo 558 posts 1013 karma points
    Apr 12, 2018 @ 08:34
    keilo
    0

    this applies to field name starting with

    (1

    or similar.

    Since there is no clear guide, have to find it the hard way.

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