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runger
2006-10-26 13:13:08
Anyone having any success making this work with ColdFusion?
sj3vans
2007-02-05 16:36:28
Yes. I'm not the best coder but I've got it working for me. I
basically grab the XML response and parse it for a yea or nay.

Its been a while since I installed it so I'm not sure if this is
different from the installation instructions. I replaced any numbers
specific to my install with XXXX's. You get a specific URL when you
generate a Captcha.

My data form has this at the bottom:

<!-- Begin protectwebform.com html code -->
<img id="protectwebform_image"
src="http://www.protectwebform.com/image/XXXX/">&nbsp; &nbsp;<a
id="protectwebform_link_reload" href="" title="Click here to reload
the image." onclick="return protectwebform_reload_image();"><img
src="http://www.protectwebform.com/images/reload.gif"
border=0></a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a id="protectwebform_link_audio"
target="_blank" href="http://www.protectwebform.com/audio/"
title="Listen to the code."><img border=0
src="http://www.protectwebform.com/images/play.gif"></a>

<br><input id="protectwebform_textbox" type="text"
style="vertical-align:top;" name="protectwebformcode" value="">

<script language="JavaScript"
src="http://www.protectwebform.com/javascript/XXXX/"></script>
<!-- end of protectwebform.com html code -->


That form calls a validation script with checks for valid values in
fields, etc. I added the below test for the Captcha. You use the
validation URL they give you here. I've replaced my acct info with
XXXX's.

<cfset
urladdress="http://protectwebform.com/verifyXX?vui=XXXX&vp=XXXXXXXXXX&ri=#URLEncodedFormat(CGI.REMOTE_ADDR)#&vs=#URLEncodedFormat(form.protectwebformcode)#">

<cfhttp method="GET" url="#urladdress#" resolveurl="Yes">

<cfif (REFindNoCase('verification result="no"', CFHTTP.FileContent)
neq 0)>
<cfset validation_error = "Yes">
</cfif>

Hope that helps.






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