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UE code has ! and cannot be edited

Thread began 5/18/2010 11:49 am by bjgarner241692 | Last modified 5/19/2010 7:09 pm by Jimmy Wu | 597 views | 4 replies |

bjgarner241692

UE code has ! and cannot be edited

I created these pages a few weeks ago and not cannot edit them. The behaviours show an exclamation mark and when I open them none of the info is available.

The behaviours do work on the server and I just took copies from the server to see if that resolved the issue.

I have recreated site cache, removed UE and restored UE.

I'm using UE 3.07

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Jimmy Wu

The most likely cause for this is that you don't have all your files contained in the site that you are working on. Please copy all your site files to the currently opened site in Dreamweaver and try to edit the pages again and see if that works for you. The reason the behavior is editable, but none of the information is saved is because the Universal Email server behavior will look for the webassist files in the root of the current directory and those aren't found, so the behavior cannot be prepopulated.

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bjgarner241692

That is incorrect.
The files are all there. I created them on this machine, then uploaded them. I did not delete any files in the meantime and I said in the previous post that I retrieved the files from the server after noting the error.

If there were missing files, they would be missing from the server too and the pages on the server work fine.

I just cannot edit them.

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bjgarner241692

Turns out the problem is that the WA_Universal_Email folder is not in the root of the site, rather it was in the same folder as the page calling it. It was originally created in an empty site and then moved into a folder along with all relevant files, just as it appears - AND WORKS - on the server.

Why are all of the WA supporting files automatically created in the site root? It makes for a rather messy folder structure at times. I would prefer to keep these folders where I want them.

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Jimmy Wu

That's just the way the products were designed. Having the set location being the root of the site reduces ambiguity and keeps things consistent. For future versions of the products, a single WebAssist directory should be generated with all the subfolders there instead of one directory for each product.

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