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SA2 - 'Create Pages' stops at registration page.

Thread began 5/29/2011 7:03 am by gdavis421484 | Last modified 5/31/2011 9:58 am by Jason Byrnes | 878 views | 2 replies |


SA2 - 'Create Pages' stops at registration page.

After uninstalling SA1 and installing SA2, I tried "Create Security Pages".

The pages 'login.php' and logout.php were created but when attempting to create 'Registration.php' a Dreamweaver error box popped up saying
"Error in apply Registration Form.
Type Error: colobj has no properties"
I clicked OK to this then a small web assist "Webassist Site Tools" box popped up with some controls on it (screen shot attached) and the 'wizard' stopped.

I have seen another forum post with a similar problem but please can you also clarify what extensions might need to be uninstalled before/after SA2 is installed?

These are the WA extensions I have installed:
Form Toolkit, Cookies Toolkit, Data Assist, HTML Editor,
Security Assist 2, Universal Email, Data Assist, eCart.

I'm using DWCS5 on Windows VISTA

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Problem overcome.

I re-ran the 'Create Security Pages' wizard and this time it ran to completion.

I think that on the first run I failed to fill in some of the required properties.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ok, glad to hear it worked on the second run.

it could also be an issue with cookies toolkit.

if you have a problem again, try uninstalling both Security assist and coolies toolkit, then reinstalling only security assist.

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