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Thread began 5/05/2010 9:45 am by brunodarwin371999 | Last modified 6/21/2010 3:04 pm by Eric Mittman | 1827 views | 7 replies |

brunodarwin371999

javascript error

Hi,

I am trying to run SiteAssist 1.07
I experience a javascrip error :
"javascript error onchange (or timer execution) in wasap_wizard.htm."
Each time, there are 2 error messages. This happens from the very beginning and occurs at every step...

Please note the following info :

- I removed the .dat file (DW closed)
- I run under PC / XP Pro SP3 + DWCS3

Thank you for your help in advance

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peter406368

I am hoping that whatever technical support person reads this topic can help me as well.

I encounter exactly the same error message when I try to open SiteAssist Pro:
While executing onLoad in wasap_wizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred".

I have run a search through this forum and read all (all!) of the information previously posted on this topic, and have tried the solutions given (deleting cache file, deleting configuration folder, de/re-installing Dreamweaver and its extensions), in every possible combination of sequencing of reinstallation, deletion, restarting, opening, etc. I have reached the limit of what I can attempt by myself - I'd like to get a tech support ticket or some other intervention to solve this problem.
I am using Mac OSX and Dreamweaver CS4.

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frisbeewizard326938

regarding js error

I am having the same problem w/ mac OS 10.5.8 and Dw cs3. tried it every which way. had same problem w/ sculptor last week.

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Eric Mittman

Normally when you get this error or one like it it can be due to a bad cache file or a corrupt config. For reference I'm listing the steps to take for both of these:

Clear the cache file:
common_installation_issues.pdf

Rename the configuration folder:
showpost.php?p=12293&postcount=2

You should start by trying to delete the cache file and if it does not resolve the problem you should move on to renaming the configuration folder. Post back and let us know if the issue persists beyond this.

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frisbeewizard326938

regarding js error

can't speak for the others, but I have followed all these steps with no luck. I had same issue w/ css sculptor and had jason work on it with no resolve. he upgraded me to sculptor 3 and it worked first try. unfortunately I had just recently reinstalled OS and had not checked other extensions, so this problem was discovered after the fact. Having checked all my major extensions I am this same issue w/ securityassist. all other extensions seem to work fine. tried renaming config file many times w/ no luck.
thanks

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue so we can look into it further. To check the status of your ticket or update it login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php

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sharon39426

Same Javascript Error Issue

I'm having the same problem, my error message says, "While executing onLoad in AutoformInputs_onOpen, a javascript error occurred."

This is when I used SiteAssist in Dreamweaver CS3 Windows 7.

Has anyone found a way to resolve it?

Thanks!

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Eric Mittman

This looks to be a different error than the one that was reported, have you tried the steps that are listed in post #4? This should resolve the problem, if you experience the issue after trying these things please let us know.

showpost.php?p=57313&postcount=4

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