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javascript error - ecart

Thread began 3/29/2010 6:28 am by jball9299 | Last modified 3/29/2010 1:35 pm by Jimmy Wu | 455 views | 1 replies |


javascript error - ecart

Just today installed eCart 4 ASP, created the ecartObject fine, now on an item page wanting to Add to Cart Button. General tab is fine. Attemping to bind the Name, Description, Price and Image (field I created in Cart Object). For each Binding, I receive the following error and cannot save the Button. Already deleted cache and did not help.

While executing onMouseUp in WA_ECart.htm
At Line 147 of c:\Program\Adobe\Dreamweaver\Configuration\Commands\WAEcartAddToCart.js, the object is not currently contained in a document.

Can someone advise the solution please.



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Jimmy Wu

I have opened up a backend ticket to take a look at this issue with you further. To check your ticket, log in to your account on and check your support history.

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