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Possible to add static text to silent post field?

Hello, Is is possible to add static text to a <SilentPost> field tag? Below is working but need to "append" some static text to the front. Thinking I need to use the JOIN code but not sure about syntax. <Field Name="subject" …

Author: Drew
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Conditional Form Post

I have a form which is being posted to a third party web service (salesforce) using silent post. I want to place a condition on the form where the post will only happen if a particular option is selected from a dropdown. Is this possible? Is there a …

Author: nalin
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Silent Post - Why it is not working

Hi, I created a form based on the full form registration. I added a silent post to execute a feed (with an update inside) once the user is created. Once my form is submit I have the addsuccesstemplate displayed but no feed call. Is there a problem in my …

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SilentPost not working when logged in?

Hi Guys, I am using silentpost although it only works when I am logged into the site? If I use the tokens which I'm using in the silentpost as part of the the tokens pull the information 100% regardless of whether I am logged in or not? This is very …

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