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Session Bindings gone from Panel after moved to Remote Site

Thread began 2/23/2011 11:55 am by troyd | Last modified 2/23/2011 3:11 pm by troyd | 1323 views | 5 replies

troyd

Jason,

Yes, I realize my work flow is not correct. Here's my reasoning. First of all, I don't trust Dreamweaver very much anymore. So, since this website already has years of development, and I don't want to mess anything up, I isolate my new developments in a "sandbox" first. I assumed that everyone did that at first. If I was using the User Registration Solution "out of box", then yes, I would just do as the docs say and toss it into my current working site.
But I was adding all kinds of restricted page and some major styling so I kept it away from the site until I had it mostly ready.

I guess I should read up on how to properly setup the site in Dreaweaver where there is the remote live server and then the local testing server. I tried that years ago and screwed up a large project. Ever since then, I just do it this way.

Is there a way to get things back? I mean, if I dropped the (untouched) User Registration Solution Pack into the working site, it would be the same as what I am doing now, in terms of the cached binding panel, wouldn't it? Or am I damaging it by working on it first?

Sorry to be so off topic on this but it's the 11th hour on this registration and I need to complete it if possible without starting over.

Thanks,
TroyD

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