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Thread began 9/28/2011 9:06 pm by Jim E D | Last modified 9/29/2011 11:42 am by Jason Byrnes | 451 views | 1 replies |

Jim E D

Dynamic fields

I'm not sure where to post this but since the activities in question come from DataAssist I'll start here.

I'm trying to understand where the session variables are coming from on the attached image. When I started this new site, I copied the folders from another testing system. I deleted (or thought I did) all of the Webassist folders.

The attached image comes from within DW when I was entering the server request for IP address field. MY QUESTION is:

Where are all of the "session" variables coming from? ex. markercategoriesmrt - 2/3 of the way down the list, is from the other site and NOT from my new/current site. This concerns me that it will be weighting down the server or client for future calls as this list will be large enough when development is done, and I don't want extra variables in there from the start.

Thanks for your insight...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In your site folder, there is a folder named "_notes", you wont see this in Dreamweaver, you will need to use your OS file browser to see this folder. Session bindings are stored in this _notes folder.

Close Dreamweaver, delete that folder, then restart Dreamweaver and it will reset the session bindings lit to blank.

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