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missing file in html editor 2.01

Thread began 4/25/2010 4:05 pm by erikpost371097 | Last modified 4/28/2010 3:26 pm by Eric Mittman | 825 views | 4 replies |

erikpost371097

missing file in html editor 2.01

I installed the latest version of HTML-editor.
After making al the settings and uploading the page and all the HTML-editor files, I have an error message when I want to edit the database record (see attachment).
Apparently, the missing file is not created since I don't see it in my local map in Dreamweaver CS3.

Any help will be appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Erik

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Eric Mittman

It looks like this 404 message is from your domain. Have you made sure to upload all of the files first? It looks like it is just trying to reference a file on your server that has not been uploaded. If you applied html editor to your local site then the file should be there in the local files.

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erikpost371097

missing file

I uploaded the complete HTML editor folder.
Besides, the missing .xml file is not in my local site either.
It seems to me it has not been generated...

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erikpost371097

.xml file not generated in /custom folder

Checked it again, the missing .xml file is not generated.
De-installed HTML editor with the extension manager.
Re-installed it.
Made over the page with the editor.
Once again, the .xml file is not generated.
So the 404 error is quite logic.

The text area is dynamically created and named by ADDT server behaviour Forms > Create Dynamic Form wizzard.

This all is pretty annoying, especially because I cannot re-install the previous version (that did not work properly either by itself).

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Eric Mittman

It seems like this might be a compatibility issue with the ADDT server behavior you are using. The only reference to the custom folder should be in the declaration of the HTML Editor instance on the page. Here is one of mine for example:

php:
<?php

// WebAssist iRite: Rich Text Editor for Dreamweaver
$WARichTextEditor_1 CreateRichTextEditor ("update""HTMLEditor/""100%""200px""Default""../custom/update_update1.js""".$row_Recordset1['the_value']  ."");
?>



The file in the custom folder that is referenced should be the one listed here, it is a js file that should be named after the instance of HTML Editor on the page. There should not be any reference to an xml file listed here, just the js files.

As a test of this you can try applying the HTML Editor to a new blank page so that it is the only thing on the page, then upload and test the page. The editor should work fine in this scenario and you should be able to see the difference in the reference to the js file.

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