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Using Dreamweaver 13.2 rev 6466 on Mac Lion: upgrade to eCart6 and DataBridge 1.1.9 not working

Thread began 4/22/2014 9:28 pm by beaded | Last modified 5/01/2014 2:31 pm by beaded | 866 views | 9 replies


Hi. Thanks.
Uhm. I've tried 7 times at this point, adding possibly silly variations after the initial standard try —things like closing Extension Manager each time after the two installs, or restarting the computer.

What happens that is different from your description of the process is that the modal (?) window of WebAssist's finishing installer starts BEFORE I can open up a .php page (although a page might be opening automatically behind the greeting screen). DataBridge goes though the 1-2-3 stages, then eCart6 goes through the 1-2-3 stages. I click DONE and restart. This last time I tried, I at least got a response after selecting the DataAssist Wizard (see attached pic). Just mousing over the drop-down selector for eCart produces the same javascript error (see above, initial pic).

I tried removing a non-WebAssist extension, and doing the WebAssist installs several times. Made no difference.

My method exactly was:
1) Uninstall all extensions
2) Rename the configurations folder
3) Install Deprecated Server Behaviors 1.0
4) Open DW then quit DW
5) Install eCart6 first, then DataBridge 1.1.9 second —one immediately after the other
6) Open DW and watch the install finishes. Quit DW.
7) Reopen DW. Try to use a WebAssist product within DW.

I have DW preferences to open php pages by default.

Can't think of any other details. What should I try next?

Thank you.

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