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Add to Cart Button error message

Thread began 5/13/2010 5:06 pm by fcoloccia331860 | Last modified 5/24/2010 5:43 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1462 views | 9 replies |

fcoloccia331860

Add to Cart Button error message

I have an ASP dynamic page, using a repeat region on a recordset. I'm trying to apply an Add to Cart button for each item fro mthe recordset.

Anyway, when I launch the window, I select "Lookup item ID from Recordset", bind all the columns.

When I click OK, I get the following error message:

While executing onMouseUp in WA eCart AddToCart.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occured:

At line 147 of C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS4\Configuration\Command\WA eCart AddToCart.js":

The object is not currently contained in document

I tried clearing the WinFile Cache in Windows but this keeps happening!

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Jimmy Wu

Another user ran into the same issue and this was resolved by making sure that the values were bound correctly. It appears that the values were not getting updated after the binding was set.

showthread.php?t=11698

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fcoloccia331860

I actually did that and all columns are bound correctly. At first, I had left the default column "Name" empty as I am not using it...I thought that maybe it was required. But even if I bind that column, it still gives me the error.

Any idea?

Maybe I can send my page...

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Jimmy Wu

Yes, if you attach the page I may be able to look into the issue in more detail and determine the issue.

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fcoloccia331860

Here's my page...I'm suspecting the problem may be at line 47!

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fcoloccia331860

I was able to add the code manually, but now I'm getting a 500 server error. I attached my product page, along with the Definition Files.

Thank you!

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fcoloccia331860

Jimmy, I was wondering if you had a chance to look at my files...no big deal, was just wondering!

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Jimmy Wu

I took a look at your files and I'm not sure what is causing the 500 internal error on your server. If you are able to, could you check the error log on the server or have your server administrator/service provider check it for you? This should have a more descriptive error message and be helpful to determine the cause of the error.

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fcoloccia331860

Visual Studio is saying "not able to display source code"...

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Jimmy Wu

Did you get a chance to check the server error logs?

I'm not sure why Visual Studio would give that error. Are you able to open the pages in Dreamweaver?

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