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JS error while executing timer

Thread began 5/30/2013 12:32 am by Brendan | Last modified 5/30/2013 11:46 am by Brendan | 184 views | 2 replies

Brendan

JS error while executing timer

I am running DWCS6, and the latest version of Data Bridge. I was trying to build a product catalog with the wizard, and when the WA Site Tools starts to run I get this error message "While executing time in WA_SiteTools_ProgressV2.htm, the following JS error occured:

At line 125
C:\Users\Name\AppData......\en_US\Configuration\Floaters\WA_SiteTools_ProgressV2.js": col has no properties.

So I followed the advice in an older post, removed ALL of my extensions, deleted the config folder, and reinstalled my WA extensions (eCart, then Design Extender, then Data Bridge).

Reran the wizard, all worked fine...except, I didn't notice that the wizard did not recognize that I was using my own table, so it created all of the pages assuming a connection to db/products, and with the generic fields.

So I deleted the pages that were created, and reran the wizard again. This time making sure to uncheck "create a database table for me". I had to select a different page type, and reselect product catalog for it to recognize my DB table and fields. Finished the wizard, and the same timer js error is occurring again.

This is probably a perfect storm of me rushing through the wizard, but i'm hoping there is a way to fix this other than deleting the config folder again....

Please help,

Thank you!

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