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It seems that if I do a -find on my form using a text box, and if the -find does not match any records, instead of the -error page loading, FM Unlimited just unexpectedly quits.

If I do a -find and it does match a record, not a problem, it continues on to the -format page.

This one has me confused. I have tried hosting the files a various machines, and the problem exists on all of them. It seems to not be consistent though. It crashes about 80% of the time.

<FORM ACTION="FMPro" METHOD="post" name="Find">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-db" VALUE="Research.fp5">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-lay" VALUE="Main">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-format" VALUE="surveyredirectintro.html">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-error" VALUE="surveyerror.htm">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-op" VALUE="eq">

<INPUT class="class" TYPE="text" NAME="Login">

<input type="submit" name="-Find" value="Continue">

I tried taking out the -op, but that did not chage anything. Still crashes if the -find does not find a match.

Anyone see anything like this?


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Always nice to have a fresh perspective.

My error page is a simple html page with some text saying that no results were found. Such a simple html page that there is no way it could be the problem. But of course I never discount anyones suggestions in this forum.

So I created a new error html page with absolutely nothing on it. And what do you know...the crashing stopped. Now if the -find comes up empty, instead of crashing about 80% of the time, it just goes to the error html page.

So indeed, although I am clueless to determine why the original error page was causing the crashing...it surely was.

Thanks so much for the tip.


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