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Thread began 11/02/2009 3:46 am by rob108609 | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:53 am by rob108609 | 1505 views | 6 replies


Thank you again

Yes, that's all sorted correctly. It's the actual extension default that I want to change. I need to have both the FTP and Dreamweaver site folders set up so I can access the db and Connections folders which are outside the wwwroot folder.

The DataAssist extension, by default, chooses the root of the Dreamweaver site, rather than asking where you want to place the folder. In Dreamweaver when you set up a site, you can tell it where to put the Spry Assets folder, it's that functionality I require for the DataAssist Extension. If I was to select the wwwroot folder as the root in dreamweaver, it would work, but then I would have to change the root everytime I wanted to upload any database tweaks I have made.

It's not anything that's broken, it all works fine, it's just this minor tweak that I need to help save some time. I didn't know if there were any more options hidden away that I may have missed.

Thank's again

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