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Upgrading eCart

Thread began 4/03/2009 12:18 pm by dallySP | Last modified 4/04/2009 2:30 pm by dallySP | 993 views | 2 replies

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Originally Said By: dallySP
  Hi, I thought I'd better upgrade my eCart extension as I'm in the middle of developing a site and wanted to make sure all the paypal information was uptodate. I disabled then deleted the old extension then reinstalled the new version, but now when I run the checkout wizard from the cart page I get the following message:
While executing onLoad in WA eCart CheckoutWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurrred.
Please help!  



dallySP, did you find an answer to this problem??? I'm having the same issue - I submitted a support request AND searched the forums... This is the only thread that came up in my search window... Anyway, if you received a solution, I would be very interested in hearing what it is!!! Thanks!

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