Sign in module on the same page as a Form Wizard Pro form

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5/20/2014 8:45:13 AM
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Sign in module on the same page as a Form Wizard Pro form

Hey,

I know this is a bit of a special case but I found that if you have a Sign In Module on the same page as a Form Wizard Pro form. You will be unable to sign in. You are able to see the Post happening in the Network tool. It seems to be looking for the captcha information from the form on the sign in submission. 

 

The site I found this on is running in 2.3.9.4, but I have been able to recreate this on my local 2.4.0.2 and on the MojoPortal Demo site.

5/20/2014 2:32:33 PM
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Re: Sign in module on the same page as a Form Wizard Pro form

Hi,

I acknowledge this is a bug. However I'm afraid it is a bug that will be very difficult to fix for a number of reasons and is not likely to get fixed in the near future. Part of the problem is that the Recaptcha control is a validator but it does not support the ValidationGroup property that would be needed to isolate different validation scenarios on the same page.

So my recommendations is don't put a sign in module on the same page with Form Wizard or any other feature that uses a captcha.

Best,

Joe

5/20/2014 2:40:23 PM
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Re: Sign in module on the same page as a Form Wizard Pro form

Hey Joe,

Thanks for the information, I figured this would be a little hard to solve. Good luck!

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