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Thread began 12/21/2009 4:59 pm by Kevin373660 | Last modified 12/29/2009 1:47 pm by Kevin373660 | 1170 views | 5 replies


Hi Jimmy. The page where this occured was a user login page that I created using DataAssist. When creating I had selected the "Rember Me" option and it wrote the part of the code that uses the cookies. I have the full suite. The page has worked fine for some time. I had copied the page to the same directory and renamed it, then I added some discriptive text/comment for the user. No other changes were made. When I went to save the page the error message poped up.

I think that I just need to run the procedures to rename the config file. I have not had a chance to try that yet. I reverted to an older file copy that worked and edited the message displaied for the user in note pad so that we could move ahead. It seems to work fine. But before I proceed to do more I thought that I would touch bases and get this resolved first. Should I try to rename the config and and see if it clears the message? Or do you think that there maybe something else wrong?

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