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findServerBehavior Errors and More

Thread began 7/09/2010 6:32 pm by bill173836 | Last modified 11/17/2010 11:13 am by bill173836 | 1668 views | 8 replies

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Errors keep coming

Well seems that deleting .dat file is not enough any more.
For some reason after installing "Dynamic Connections" and without using it at all, when I save a page I get A LOT OF ERRORS. The problem is that the website was working with no errors at all. Now trying to modify any webpage inside the site gives me A LOT OF ERRORS.

Changing the order, as bill173836 says, helps but it's not solving the problem.

ERRORS I GET:
While executing findServerBehaviors in Recordset.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in RecordsetRegion.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in ShowIfRSEmpty.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in ShowIfRSNotEmpty.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in DynamicText.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in DynamicTextField.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in WADA_SingleDelete.htm, a Javascript error occured
While executing findServerBehaviors in WAATKRestricy Access.htm, a Javascript error occured

As I said before, I DO DELETE the .dat file but ERRORS KEEP ON COMING


PS. Unistalled "Dynamic Connection" but errors keep coming. I think the errors come from the CSS Form Builder.

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