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Error when attempting to add an ecart object

Thread began 9/07/2015 6:11 pm by elewis93815 | Last modified 9/08/2015 2:05 pm by elewis93815 | 520 views | 4 replies

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Error when attempting to add an ecart object

While executing timer in WA eCart Object.htm, the following JavaScript error occurred:

At line 79 of file
"C:Users/Sarai/AppData/Roaming/Adobe/Dreamweaver CC2014.1/en_US/Configuration/Shared/WebAssist/eCart/WA eCartShared.js":
wa.pickDLL is not function

Also, I originally attempting to build this cart on my primary computer that uses Dreamweaver CC2015. I had eCart installed on this computer by Adobe. eCart does not show on any of my WebAssist tabs, however, does show in "Insert" but when I scroll down to WebAssist - eCart - it does nothing. Any thoughts on this? It almost appears that it really didn't install?

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