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Security lapse-data format not confirmed

Security lapse-data format not confirmed

When using the registration format, the item selection does not specify the use of AND confirm the format of a number. I have found this to cause continuing problems using your tool to collect registrations for individual sessions at an event. The result, if a user enters an 'X' or a name instead of the required number, e.g. '1', then the registration is accepted, but no session is selected. As a result, if the number of seats in a session is limited, the user is out of luck if seats run out because although the system sends them a confirmation of their registration, it does not include confirmation of a session. The code for the field should confirm the format of the data entered.

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Re: Security lapse-data format not confirmed

Hello,

 

Thank you for reaching out to Constant Contact's API Support.

 

Our API itself does not include any visual interface to make any selections. I believe you may be referring to the registration page for an event which is given when an event is "Published." One of those URLs would look like this for example: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=a9hu7zpab&oeidk=a07ebsbhg3fe67f83e2.

 

On a live event if you try to enter something other than a number the value is cleared out and reset to the default value of 0 when you click to any place outside of that box. If a customer/contact is typing in their name or placing an X then when they click the register button, or even just click a blank section of the website then that box changes back to 0. If they click the register button and that value is 0 then they are registered as if they did not purchase that item.

 

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If you are referring to something else please let me know and I'll be happy to assist you and figure this out.


Regards,
Jimmy D.
Tier II API Support Engineer