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Site Sculptor will not complete site construction

Thread began 6/30/2010 7:15 pm by laura.leigh245068 | Last modified 7/02/2010 7:26 pm by Eric Mittman | 1055 views | 5 replies |

laura.leigh245068

Site Sculptor will not complete site construction

it stops after the index page and the first page listed in the menu. I have reinstalled twice, tossed the file in the library as well.

It crashes Dreamweaver and when I restart I have the partial site in the folder.

I also get a message:while executing onLoad in wacs_quickinsert.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occured:In file "wacs_quickinsert":
initializeUI is not defined.

Trashing the file in the library does not seem to fix the problem.

I am on a Mac 10.5.8 using Dreamweaver CS4

Laura-Leigh Palmer

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Eric Mittman

Have you tried deleting the cache file from the configuration folder? It seems like you might be experiencing a problem related to this, here is a link with the instructions for deleting this file.

common_installation_issues.pdf

If the issue persists then there might be a corruption of the configuration folder, if this is the case then you will need to rename or delete it to have it be recreated properly. Here is a link to the steps you can take for this:

showpost.php?p=12293&postcount=2

Please post back to let us know how this works for you.

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laura.leigh245068

total anniliation of the configuration folder worked

I deleted the cache file several times before contacting you. I didn't know about the configuration folder renaming. I also did as instructed and tossed out all webassist products from extensions and reloaded. I am glad I put all those numbers in a database program, I hope I can get as good at using your products as I am at installing them.

Does this happen alot with these programs? I had hours of grief with Site Assist a few weeks back and thank goodness someone could tell me how to delete a line of code to get it all working. I am new to webassist and the few extensions I had been using prior to this have never caused me this amount of grief. Of course they don't do wonderful complicated stuff like yours do either.

Since I am new is there something I might be doing very wrong that is causing me to go grey before my time? Should I also delete and reload other extensions that were in extensions manager?

thanks again,

Laura-Leigh Palmer



Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  Have you tried deleting the cache file from the configuration folder? It seems like you might be experiencing a problem related to this, here is a link with the instructions for deleting this file.

common_installation_issues.pdf

If the issue persists then there might be a corruption of the configuration folder, if this is the case then you will need to rename or delete it to have it be recreated properly. Here is a link to the steps you can take for this:

showpost.php?p=12293&postcount=2

Please post back to let us know how this works for you.  
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Eric Mittman

If you rename the configuration folder you will need to uninstall any of the remaining extensions in order to get a proper installation of the extensions. If you leave any of the extensions there the configuration folder will become corrupted in the same way.

Are you still having troubles with this or is the issue resolved? Also when you mention that you had to remove a line of code to get SiteAssist to work please expand on this.

When it comes to these solutions to get past corruption and other issues these techniques come directly from Adobe, that is where we get them from. Here is a link to the kb article that talks about the issues in more detail.

tn_19105.html

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laura.leigh245068

answers to questions for Site Wizard crashing Dreamweaver

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  If you rename the configuration folder you will need to uninstall any of the remaining extensions in order to get a proper installation of the extensions. If you leave any of the extensions there the configuration folder will become corrupted in the same way.

Are you still having troubles with this or is the issue resolved? Also when you mention that you had to remove a line of code to get SiteAssist to work please expand on this.

When it comes to these solutions to get past corruption and other issues these techniques come directly from Adobe, that is where we get them from. Here is a link to the kb article that talks about the issues in more detail.

tn_19105.html  



check my posts at SiteAssist Wizard Crashes Dreamweaver On Clicking Finish, it is the advice that was sent to me from webassist tech support and it worked. I certainly would never have come up with that solution on my own.

I believe it is fixed since it is working. Will reinstall the other extensions.

Laura-Leigh

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for clearing up the bit about the SiteAssist fix, I see in the thread the fix that was made by removing the line of code. I have discussed this with Jimmy as well.

Let us know if you have any other issues or questions.

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