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May 7, 2007
8:30 pm
Dan S
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I am getting the following error:

 

"Error: cforms_submitcomment not callable"

 

I have got this AWESOME plugin to work on a different test site using an older version but am having a problem with a new version (
2.1.3)

 

May 7, 2007
8:35 pm
Dan S
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Update on problem:

 

I have traced the problem to a conflict with the plugin "TDO Mini Forms" I need to have both run on the site.

 Is there anyway I can resolve this?

May 7, 2007
9:10 pm
Oliver
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It look like an issue with the Ajax part of cforms and TDO Mini Forms. Not sure how to resolve this as I haven't worked with TDO Mini.. before

When do you get the error? At activation time, at runtime when submitting a form?

 

May 7, 2007
9:20 pm
Dan S
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The error occurs when you cllick the submit button

May 7, 2007
9:25 pm
Oliver
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Can you live with the non-ajax version? If so, just disable the Ajax support on the main form config page (at the top). 

I'm not sure this is an easy one to tackle, as it seems that both plugins are fighting for the "ajax control".

Can you post a URL to take a look at? Maybe it's something obvious.

May 7, 2007
9:48 pm
Dan S
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sure not a problem!

BUT FIRST!

Thank you SO much for being such a great help!

I am looking for a different plugin that will allow visitors to post (moderated) that will be complatable (Your plugin is way better, so if I have to choose, I choose yours!)

OK, Here is the URL: http://jimsproduce.com/contact-us/

I will leave both on as to maintain the error

 

May 7, 2007
10:25 pm
Oliver
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Here is a thought: It seems that the global sajax variable $sajax_export_list is being overwritten. Not sure if this helps, but you could try and replace all $sajax_export_list in cforms.php (just do a find/replace all) with e.g. $sajax_cf_export_list and see if this works.

 

August 10, 2007
6:32 pm
RedIdeas
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Hi Oliver…

i try to replace all  $sajax_export_list on cforms.php

but i have same error.

August 10, 2007
7:36 pm
Oliver
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RedIdeas said:

Hi Oliver…

i try to replace all  $sajax_export_list on cforms.php

but i have same error.


What other plugin is it interfering with? Als, if worse comes to worse, you can always disable Ajax.

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