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Parse error on confirmation page

Thread began 5/04/2010 8:52 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 5/05/2010 10:11 am by Jason Byrnes | 645 views | 1 replies |

danny405167

Parse error on confirmation page

Super suite / xp pro, cs4
I am receiving the following Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '@' in D:\vhosts\builders\confirm.php on line 245. I noticed that lines 244 and 246 have the variables in quotes. I decided to put in quotes the variable in line 245. Then I received the same error for line 276 and I also enclosed the variable with quotes. This solved the problem but my question is, am I supposed to add those quotes or the wizard checkout should of done it for me?


244 $WA_fieldNamesStr = "@@FieldNameStrParam@@";
245 $WA_fieldValuesStr = @@FieldValueStrParam@@;
246 $WA_columnTypesStr = "@@ColumnTypeStrParam@@";


276 $WA_fieldValuesStr = @@FieldValueStrParam@@;

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

these are place holder variables that should be replaced by the choices you make when running the wizard.


For some reason the pages where not created properly.


Try deleting the checkout pages, then in Dreamweaver go to Window -> Workspace Layout -> Reset '<Your layout name>'

Next close Dreamweaver and delete the cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf



Then reboot your computer and try recreating the checkout pages using the checkout wizard.

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