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install issue and edit issue

Thread began 1/24/2012 1:44 pm by jerry394338 | Last modified 1/24/2012 2:52 pm by Jason Byrnes | 437 views | 1 replies |


install issue and edit issue

I have had CMS builder for some time and have successfully installed before. I set up my remote server as my test server. When it tests OK and can connect. When I try to add CMS I get the errror 404 file not found 1. no testing server etc. thought maybe one of the other extensions I was using was causing the problem so I tried from a brand new site. same thing. So I copied the files from another site that had the cms already on it and started the install. it seemed to install OK. I was able to log on and add items to the DB. Edited the web page and seemed to all be working. But when I tried to edit on of the items in the content I found I cannot edit the DB. When I try to edit I am getting an error contents_update.php line 7 missing HTMLEditor/WARichEditorPHP.php When I look into the file line 7 is calling for that. When I look at the contents_update.php
<?php require_once("../HTMLEditor/WARichEditorPHP.php"); ?> I cannot find this file on the site that I copied the files from ?? So When I go to a site that I set up about a year ago the same line reads
<?php require_once("../webassist/ckeditor/ckeditor.php"); ?>

I am guessing they are different due to upgrades.

Can I get a copy of the files in the directory HTMLEditor so I can get this one client site up. then I can try to find out why I can no longer use the extension.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the 404 error you are getting when adding CMS Builder has to do with the site settings. It is most likely an issue with the URL Prefix (Web URL in DW CS 5.x)setting for the testing server. make sure the URL PRefix for the testing server is configured to a proper address for your site.

it sounds like you copied an older version of the cms files from the other site.

you can get the CMS files in the Dreamweaver Configuration folder. to locate the configuration folder, see the Common Installation issues PDF;

in the configuration folder go to shared/webassist/PowerCMS/CMS for the power cms files.

I would delete the existing CMS files and use the ones from the configuration folder instead.

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