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Upgraded to SA 2.0.3, new site, get (Prior Version)

Thread began 9/14/2011 9:04 am by dan361748 | Last modified 9/22/2011 10:33 am by Jason Byrnes | 1087 views | 10 replies |

dan361748

Upgraded to SA 2.0.3, new site, get (Prior Version)

Hi - I recently upgraded my SA to 2.0.3.

I have a new site and used the 'Create Security Pages' wizard to make my login, logout, registration etc. page.

Next to each server behaviour in the pages I see (Prior Version). I'm also unable to modify the validation show-if behaviours created by the wizard. When I click the drop downs or + symbols within the behaviour nothing happens.

I have attached a screenshot.

Please advise.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what other extensions do you have installed?

IT sounds like you have some extensions installed that are conflicting.

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dan361748

Hi Jason - attached is a screenshot of my installed extensions.

I've also tried clearing the Dreamweaver cache, but I still get (Prior Version) next to my behaviours.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

With Security Assist 2, you no longer need to have Cookies Toolkit installed, that should be uninstalled.

there may be a couple other conflicts as well, the screen shot is a little difficult to make out, what version of CSS Form builder is installed?

can you send an not resized version of the screen shot in a zip archive please.

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dan361748

I will uninstall cookies toolkit. Here is a larger version of the extensions installed.

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Screen shot 2011-09-14 at 4.29.43 PM.png.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of Dreamweaver is this that you are using?

Looks like it is either CS4 or CS5?

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dan361748

CS4 on Mac OS 10.6.8

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, I think all of the other extensions are fine.

I would uninstall both Cookies toolkit and Security Assist 2, then reinstall Security Assist 2.0.3, dont forget to delete the Dreamweaver Cache file too:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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dan361748

Hi - ok I removed Cookies Toolkit and SA 2.0.3 and then deleted the cache. I then re-installed SA 2.0.3 and tried the Create Pages wizard with a new site and I don't get the (Prior Version) any more.

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danny405167

Today I noticed that when I ran the users_EmailPW.php page on my local server, I was able to received my password by email. If run the same page from the live server I do not get anything.
I do not understand how can this be possible when I do not have a mail server running.

Sorry I did not meant to repeat this thread. I tried to delete it but I could not find an option to do it.

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