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Thread began 6/28/2010 5:22 am by mrs | Last modified 9/02/2010 6:29 pm by mrs | 1484 views | 9 replies


OK, so I have downloaded the latest version of cookies toolkit and installed it, but I have just received a javascript error when trying to run it!

While executing onLoad in WACT_ClearSession.htm, the following Javascript error(s) occured:

At line 357 of file "Hard Disk... blah blah ...Shared:Webassit:Cookies:Library:WA_Configuration.js": getTagProp is not defined

I have removed the MacCaheFile.dat and rebooted DW, but nothing has changed. I have read that if a problem persists, then I need uninstall and reinstall, but that is going to take me hours yet again! Is that seriously what I have to consider doing? It takes an age to uninstall, and just as long to reinstall. I have never had this sort of problem with other extension from other vendors, so why does this kind of error always present itself with nothing but a webassist product?

I don't currently have time to uninstall and reinstall, so I am wondering if you could paste the code I need here. I have used a table called tbl_users from a db called evo1. The unique field and username filed is called fld_email, and the password filed is called fld_password.

Hope you can help and sort this code out for me!

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