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DataAssist 2.0.5 Wizard JavaScript error

Thread began 7/14/2009 10:14 am by Kevin373660 | Last modified 10/16/2009 1:15 pm by Kevin373660 | 3728 views | 22 replies


Support has advised that they have not found the issue and to use the older version for now if it is working for me. I am still willing to try a few tricks today to see if I can isolate the problem rather than just pass.

My main concern is the cause of the error message may be a config error in the build file. "While executing onMouseUp in WA_AppBuilder.html, a JavaScript error occured." In the website directories, a WA_AppBuilder.php is located under the WA_DataAssist directory. Could it be some code is looking in the wrong location or for an .html version of this file?

A side point.. I always have to open a file in the target directory before I can assess the Webassist extensions. That part is not in the manual.

If could issolate the part that is tripping the error that might also help. Ray what is your best guess? And if I have to go back a version what other issues should I avoid/anticipate.

1. no search page/function
2. no dynamic menu
3. something else?

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