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Javascript error and what I did to fix it...(I think)

Thread began 3/25/2010 9:54 pm by troyd | Last modified 3/26/2010 9:44 am by troyd | 655 views | 1 replies


Javascript error and what I did to fix it...(I think)

After installing UE4 I needed to update some behaviors that were created with DFP2. In a couple of cases, just reentering the new wizard, and then clicking finish, would update things and the "! ... (prior version)" would go away. But in many of them, I got a javascript error "While executing applyServerBehavior in Delete File_WA.htm, a JavaScript error occurred." as many others have in the past. I tried the recommended method of deleting MacFleCache-XXXXX.dat reinstalling, etc. Nothing worked.

Then I noticed that the pages had both the "helperphp" files for UE4's file manipulation and the older DFP2 helper file. So it was adding the new reference, but not removing the older one.

So I simply deleted this line.

<?php require_once("../../WA_DigitalFilePro/HelperPHP.php"); ?>

and it cleared things up as far as I can see.

Is there something else I missed that would fix this? Am I updating things incorrectly?


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