It's a quick and easy way to ensure that the form is filled out properly.However, CFFORM can be as limited as it is useful (see Figure 1). I have a cold fusion mx7 server that has a number of sites on it.I have the same script running on two different domains on the same box. Yesterday, the form validation worked fine on both sites. :confused; I can put a temporariy fix and add a virtual dir for that non working site to the cfide folder but why should I all of a sudden have to start doing that? id=tn_18653 I'm on a multi-homed hosting provider but you would have the same issue with mutiple sites on your own machine.I have a Flash CFForm that contains some radio buttons that I want to validate.I have specified the radio buttons as required and entered an error message but when you try and submit the form you get multiple alert boxes coming up. Is there a way to have one alert only with the user defined error message for each input element?
I later found that with one record if I populate one or more of the fields with a large amout of text that the submit fails.View the source on your browsed pages and you'll see these files. On submit check if the validate() function returns true or false.CFFORM and validation widget if you use a cfform this normally overwrites the spry validation at submit. If true, continue submission, if false trigger the spry validation.One site the form validation works and the other it doesn't. I also noticed another customer of mine who I did a cold fusion site the form validation stopped working on his box today as well. Well I ran into exactly the same issue yesterday and have been pulling my hair out ever since. I copied my CFIDE/scripts directory from my CF developers edition to the root of my hosted site and it immediately worked.I know the form validation was working on all three sites. You'll need to preserve the directory structure but I bet you don't really needed anything but and