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problem with antispam

problem with antispam

Tuesday 03 March 2009 8:30:12 am - 7 replies


the antispam extension does not work with my feedback form (collection object). Im using eZ Publish 4.0.1.

I have already edited the sckantispamtype.php

but now I always get the error message

Fatal error: Call to a member function classContent() on a non-object in /home/dzierzon/public_html/ on line 210 Fatal error: eZ Publish did not finish its request

Tuesday 03 March 2009 8:52:52 am

Hi Oliver,

I would try the recaptcha antispam extension. That one is not buggy.

Tuesday 03 March 2009 9:03:20 am

Ok, it was my mistake.

my mistake was in the form template

{def $attribute=$content_object.data_map.captcha}
instead of
{def $attribute=$content_object.data_map.anti_spam}

Now the captcha image is displayed. whenever the validation does not work proper.
The feddback form is always sent even if the captcha user input is wrong

Tuesday 03 March 2009 9:09:54 am

Hello Björn,

I already tried, there I had the same validation Problem:

The feedback form was sent regardless the captcha input of the user was correct or not.



Tuesday 03 March 2009 11:22:33 pm

Bad luck that both seem to have an issue with info collection.

Wednesday 04 March 2009 1:51:26 am

Hi Oliver & Björn

Let me know if there was an issue with the recapture extension so I can fix.


Thursday 05 March 2009 12:17:23 pm

Hi Bruce,

now I have reactivated the recaptcha extension. It seems to work fine.
When I tried first, I had the problem, that the form was sent even if the entered captcha text was incorrect.

I think I made a mistake by implement in my template.

Thank you

ciao Olli

Modified on Thursday 05 March 2009 12:17:39 pm by Oliver Dzierzon

Monday 16 March 2009 1:14:17 pm

Plz try


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