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HTTP 500 Internal Server Error

Thread began 11/01/2010 11:06 am by info398315 | Last modified 11/03/2010 10:51 am by info398315 | 2609 views | 27 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what paths are you still having to edit? the require once paths?

The way to avoid this is to maintain the file structure that was created when you upload the files.

the issue yesterday was that you where creating the form in a subfolder of the DW site:
DW Site Root

Form Builder Will always create the webassist folder at the root of the site:
DW Site Root

The issue was caused by uploading the webassist folder to the same location as the form file:
Remote Site Root

instead of the root of the remote site which is where the code was expecting to find it:
Remote Site Root

the file path issue in Win 7/ DWCS4 only comes into play when selecting a folder in a location dialog box.

the issue there is that Dreamweaver will return one folder down from what is selected.

the work around is to create a dummy folder in the folder you wish to select and select that one instead, this will return the desired path.

this is an issue in Dreamweaver CS4 itself and not an issue that we can correct in Form builder.

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