The thing is that the `<fr:recaptcha>` isn't designed to be used as a
control, and added to a form. (This is also why it isn't shown with other
controls in the toolbar.) You could imagine creating an XBL control, which
uses the `<fr:recaptcha>`, and stores as its value whether the captcha has
been solved. Its value would be `false` to start with, and change to `true`
when the captcha has been solved. With this you could decide to hide/show
sections of the form depending on that state.
But right now, for forms you create with Form Builder, you can only enable
the reCAPTCHA with:
Hi Manish, have you tried setting the `oxf.fr.detail.captcha.*.*` to just
have Form Runner take care of showing the reCAPTCHA before users can submit
data, as suggested in my previous message? If so, is that something that
works for you?