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eCart 5 Javascript error

Thread began 3/19/2010 12:38 pm by admin18255 | Last modified 3/22/2010 12:34 pm by Jason Byrnes | 693 views | 1 replies |


eCart 5 Javascript error

I am get the following error when using the checkout wizard:

While executing onLoad in WA Ecart
CheckoutWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

I am using eCart 5
OSX Snow Leopard

I also have tried deleting the cache file

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In your order history, I see that you had purchased eCart 4 as well, did you have eCart 4 installed before installing eCart 5.

If so, did you remove eCart 4 from the extension manager first, or did you install eCart 5 over eCart 4?

If you installed eCart 5 over eCart 4, your configuration folder is most likely corrupted, follow step 2 at the following link:

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