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Intranet format changed Version problem with FP2000

Hi All

I'm reposting this in the correct forum I originally thought it to be an IIS issue.
Here's the original Thread

Ok here goes.

I have inherrited a local intranet site at a company I'm outsourced to. It has been working fine for some time but three weeks ago stopped accepting certain input from users on spacific pages.

These pages require user input and are used by supervisors to request user function updates on our mainframe.
Our Intranet server is Windows 2000 SP4 (Fully patched) Running IIS 5.0/ASP 3.0 Server Extentions 5.0.2.2623. SharePoint is running on this server.
All pages are normally edited in FP2000

The pages concerned require a check box ticking or a "Drop Down" highlighting. Plain text parts of the pages work fine
We have checked KB219972 but it made no difference.
We're stuck now after two weeks looking at this and obviously not having worked directly on IIS before we are struggling to get this working.

It has now transpired (with the help of kenobewan ) that a collegue inadvertantly used a different version of FP2000 to edit the site normal FP2000 version is 4.0.2.2717 (Our normal IT W2K PC's) and I suspect the edit was done using Version 4.0.2.6625 (Our New XP PC's)

I managed to get hold of an old page sent to our help desk to show how things should look when they arrive at the Helpdesk via email
The details inside the quotes are user input the 3 YES's are generated by ticking a box

Username: "Fred Bloggs"
Intranet Username: "UserName"
LCIS Username: "E1111"
Authorised BY: "UserName"
Email: "a.user@ournet.co.uk"
Authoriser Password: "password"
Send: Send
Create NT Account:
Remove NT Account: YES
Create Email Account:
Remove Email Account: YES
Create LCIS Account:
Remove LCIS Account: YES
LCIS Functions - Section 1 - Add:
LCIS Functions - Section 1 - Remove:
LCIS Functions - Section 2 - Add:
LCIS Functions - Section 2 - Remove:
LCIS Functions - Section 3 - Add:
LCIS Functions - Section 3 - Remove:
LCIS Functions - Section 4 - Add:
LCIS Functions - Section 4 - Remove:
LCIS Functions - Section 7 - Add:
LCIS Functions - Section 7 - Remove :
Notes

This is how pages are NOW shown when they arrive

Username: "IT BOD "
Intranet:
Username: " IT BOD "
LCIS:
Username: " IT BOD "
Authorised:
BY:
Email: " a.user@ ournet.co.uk "
Authoriser:
Password:
Send: Send
Create:
Intranet:
Account:
Remove:
Intranet:
Account:
Create:
Email: " a.user@ ournet.co.uk "
Account:
Remove:
Email: " a.user@ ournet.co.uk "
Account:
Create:
LCIS:
Account:
Remove:
LCIS:
Account:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
1:
-:
Add:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
1:
-:
Remove:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
2:
-:
Add:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
2:
-:
Remove:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
3:
-:
Add:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
3:
-:
Remove:
LCIS:
Functions:
-:
Section:
4:
-:
Add:
L

I don't want to play too much as the site is 3.7Gb and there are a couple of critical databases involved. I did try to recover the particular pages/asp's from backup but that didn't work.

Kenobewan suggested I try to debug. My collegue has limited HTML use and I have none so I'd need an easy to use debug prog.
Your suggestions apriciated.
Jun 14 '07 #1
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I would suggest trying to recreate the page and the form with a different name and if you can get it working delete the corrupted page and then rename the new page to the originals name.

Front Page forms require FP extensions. If no FP forms work the extensions could be corrupt and need to be reinstalled. Creating a form using regular html is pretty easy. I would suggest reviewing http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp to learn how to work with regular html forms and get away from frontpage.
Jun 14 '07 #2

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