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**** load of JS errors

Thread began 12/03/2010 10:04 am by Morgan | Last modified 12/04/2010 4:20 am by Morgan | 1399 views | 4 replies |

Morgan

**** load of JS errors

All i get when i try to add a simple e-mail validation i get JS errors, tryed delete cache reinstalled Form Toolkit, still teh same, even tryed a whole new site with 1 page 1 validation, still pure JS errors.

Ex. At line 14 of file WAFV_EmailC.js: isThisACommand is not defined etc. when i close it change from line 14 to 9...

Allways the same with new extentions, Java Script errors after errors, im not intressting in installing all extenisions again.

Any ideas?

/Morgan

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of Dreamweaver are you using?

What is your OS?


can you give some details on the steps your taking to apply the validation, Are you using the client validation Wizard, or are you applying the validation through the behaviors panel?

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Morgan

Hey again!

Yes im trying to make it thrue the Wizard.
From the meny:
WebAssist --> Forms --> Validation --> Client Validation

Wizard opens showing page 1 of 3, i select the form on my page.
All good untill page 3 when i click the + for add my selection i get the error.

"While executing onLoad in WFV_Email _C.htm, the following error(s) occurred:"

And the error in my first post pops up.

Using DW CS5 and Windows 7x64 bit. (all up to date)

Can´t add Client Validation via Behaviors panel, also when i try add Validation Show if, i don´t get any selctions in the roll-meny for Validation fail: nor Validation pass: after i chosen Validation page, they are all greyd out.

Cheers for now,
//Morgan

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Dani Chankhour

Hi,

This seems to be a bug that is introduced if you install Form Toolkit over Form Builder.

to fix this issue, please replace your current WAFV_Library_C.js file which is located under:

Configuration/Commands folder with the attached file.

Make sure to have dreamweaver closed and make sure to delete the cache file before restarting.

I have logged a bug in our bug base and the official fix should be included in the next dot release.

Attached Files
WAFV_Library_C.js.zip
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Morgan

Hi Dani, thank you for bringing fast good news, :) I will do that.

//Morgan

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