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Error when creating a page in eCart6 / DataAssist that contains a binding.

Thread began 3/27/2014 12:59 pm by Brendan | Last modified 5/19/2014 7:53 am by Brendan | 805 views | 4 replies


Error when creating a page in eCart6 / DataAssist that contains a binding.

I am 100% certain I have caused this error, and am hoping you have some suggestions to resolve it. When creating my checkout pages, I tried to place them in the same directory as my cart, which seemed to cause all sorts of issues. I deleted those pages, and recreated in a different directory so now the checkout pages work great.

My problem now, is that when I try to insert an ATC button on a page, or create a results page in DA, I get the following error repeatedly for every page.

The following page could not be found:
"path to the checkout.php page that was in the same directory as the cart page"
it will not be added to your bindings.

Everything seems to go ok after I dismiss the error, so it seems to be just a nuisance.

Not sure if deleting the windows cache file would help, but didn't want to cause further issues without checking first.

Thanks....feeling dumb :(

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