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BuildField Error and buildGroup Errors?

Thread began 11/30/2010 4:27 pm by CBNisp | Last modified 1/05/2011 1:42 pm by Jason Byrnes | 3221 views | 12 replies |

CBNisp

BuildField Error and buildGroup Errors?

I've deleted my configs in DW CS5 on iMac OSX 10.6.5
Reinstalled CSS Forms etc and still the same.
I'm just trying to insert a registration form.
not doing anything else with options, just finish and it gives these errors

Richard

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Dani Chankhour

I have attached a file that should fix this issue:

Please replace your current shared.js file which is located in the Configuration/Shared/WebAssist/FormBuilder

with the attached file. Make sure Dreamweaver is closed and delete the cache file before restarting.

The fix should be included in the next dot release of Form Builder.

Attached Files
shared.js.zip
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CBNisp

Fixed

As far as I can tell it fixed it. Form is added now...

When I generate a form, what tool do I use to connect the post as insert to mysql?
Can you point me in right direction?
Thanks,
RD

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Dani Chankhour

If you are trying to insert a user to the database, then you will need to use DataAssist:
dataassist/
which has an Insert Server Behavior which will let you insert the value from the form to your user table.

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nmournian406315

i have no configuration/shared/webassist directory

in attempting to replace the script i find no directory in configuration/ labeled webassist...

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Dani Chankhour

Can you tell me the operating system and the version of Dreamweaver you are using?

I'm assuming you are accessing the Configuration folder that is in the Program Files which is not the correct folder.

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nmournian406315

no Configuration/Shared/WebAssist/FormBuilder

I'm in windows 7, cs5 all currently updated

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you go to windows explorer, type in the path: %APPDATA%

That will get you to the user directory where you can browse to Adobe/Dreamweaver [Version]/Configuration folder

You should be able to find Shared/webassist in this location after installing any webassist extensions.

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nmournian406315

found the correct directory and it's working better....

with the clue that I wasn't in the correct folder out in the open I managed to find the correct directory and switched out the .js file. the extension seems to work now... thanks for your help

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bhblake

can't find directory

I am trying to find the webassist directory on a mac running OS 10.6.3 running Dreamweaver CS5. I am having the same error issue.

thnks

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