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dwt.php template not creatin correct file ref when updating linked pages

Thread began 6/28/2011 6:31 am by software.current355386 | Last modified 7/28/2011 8:19 am by Jason Byrnes | 1474 views | 4 replies |

software.current355386

dwt.php template not creatin correct file ref when updating linked pages

create plug in
added to template updated linked files

get fatal erro because the call at the top of page is

<?php
require_once( "webassist/framework/library.php" );
require_once( "../webassist/framework/framework.php" );
?>

changed this to

<?php
require_once( "webassist/framework/library.php" );
require_once( "webassist/framework/framework.php" );
?>

get same result if plugin added to editable, non-editable regions whether code outside html is protected or not.

any ideas

note if i add plugin directlyy into linked pages editible are all works fine, that is until you run template with plugin directives then the good directive is replaced with the bad one.

i need to get this working as it will save ne a lot of painful typing,

are these loca plugins for site or can these be called from anther website?

thanks a lot.

ps. started thi off some were but cant find it so i started new one .... sorry

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have logged this as a bug in our bug base so it can be fixed in a future update.

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software.current355386

work round for time being is to manually edit

how do i know wheen fixed?

are cthese created site base d or are they/can they be globally based

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neo314

I recently encountered this problem and ran a test in CS3. The problem seems to be related to the extra spaces around the include statement between the parenthesis and the quotes:

<?php
require_once( "../webassist/framework/library.php" );
require_once( "../webassist/framework/framework.php" );
?>



If those extra spaces are removed, my template applies correctly (adjusting both link references), but the Server Behavior window marks the behavior as broken (displaying the !).

Currently the first is adjusted, but the second is missed.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

thank you for the additional details, we will be addressing this issue in the next update to Framework builder.

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