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UE4 Delete file problem

Thread began 4/17/2010 7:44 am by MikeH | Last modified 4/18/2010 1:25 pm by anonymous | 994 views | 5 replies |

MikeH

UE4 Delete file problem

hi
I have a dataassist delte record page and associated with every record there is an image that I need to delete along with the record but I cannot add a "delete file" behaviour to a dataassist delete record page as the "delete file" says no delete or update transactions found on the page. There is a dataassist delete record on that page so what would I need to change so I can apply the delete file beahviour?

Thanks

Mike

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anonymous

Hi Mike,

My guess is that you also have Adobe's ADDT installed along side WebAssist UE4. The ADDT extension also uses the exact same naming convention as the UE4 for "Delete File" which causes the selection to actually try to invoke ADDT first.

There is an easy fix, see my last post on this thread: http://www.webassist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11500

You will just need to change the title in one file from "Delete File" to "Delete Files". As you may have guessed, the behavior for WA UE4 will now be renamed to Delete Files with the "s". But this will fix your issue.

Best regards,

Brian

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MikeH

Hi
Thanks for the reply. Im guessing you are on a MAC?

So mine was in a slightly different place but wow what a pain to change :)

Windows Vista would not let me save over it so in the end had to save a copy then delete the orginal then rename copy.

Windows just reports the file as not exsisting.

Once done it works fine I notice in DW the behaviour now has a WA added to the delete file.

Thanks for the help.

Mike

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anonymous

Hey Mike,

Yes, I am on a mac... macs are definitely a little easier to get into the inner workings and alter.

I just installed Windows 7, though, on my mac through Apple's bootcamp and am trying to learn more about their new OS. So far, it seems to be a lot better than Vista was but I am not sure the inner workings are any easier. I will say that the performance is a lot better on 7 than Vista was - especially the 64 bit version that I am using.

Best regards,

Brian

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MikeH

Hi
Im tempted to go for 64bit Windows 7 its the starting from scratch bit that delays me at the moment.

Mike

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anonymous

Gotcha... I am not sure, though, you would be completely starting from scratch. I had previous Windows XP files that have worked fine on the 64 bit 7. I even have a few programs that are still 32 bit that all seem to run with no problem at all. The only difference is that when you have a 64 bit app, it installs it in the Programs (X64) folder and then uses all the 64 bit threads. The 32 bit stuff all gets installed under the Programs(x86) folder so it doesn't even mix any of the threading.

So far, it seems pretty seamless between the two types of apps. It's not dissimilar to when Apple put out the the Tiger OSX and some of the apps were already 64 bit and some were not but it never made a difference on the user end as the user didn't see anything different. The only thing they could have done to make it seem less differentiating was to get all the programs to install in the same place regardless of bit. Whereas Mac was able to have everything install all in the applications folder, Windows chose to separate them based on bit version.

All in all, I really like Windows 7. For a Mac user, it is the closest experience to the Mac that Windows has ever created. And with Parallels desktop, I can even run my native partition virtually and can run Snow Leopard and Window 7 both at the same time. Now, if I only had the money to purchase licenses of all my software for both systems!

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