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any way of recreating webassist folder structure?

Thread began 2/15/2012 2:12 am by Christopher West | Last modified 2/15/2012 10:01 am by Jason Byrnes | 523 views | 1 replies |

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

any way of recreating webassist folder structure?

Hi just a random question and which I am not sure which part of the forum to post this on as its more generic. out of curiosity I am wondering (as ADDT allowed users to do this), if there is a way of recreating the webassist folder structure and files in a project if they were accidentialy deleted. So lets say i finished a project, a fully functional database driven website with all the bells and whistles of webassist functionality. but then the webassist files got deleted - is there an option somewhere that will automatically recreate the folders and files uses for the extensions that are in the website project?



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no, that is not a function that web assist tools include.

you would need to go into each extension that was used and edit one of the behaviors to recreate the webassist folder structure.

in ome cases (like universal email, css menu writer, and pro maps to name a few), there are files that are created for the content of an instance of the an extension on a page, these would not be recreated if deleted.

you would be better off making a backup of the webassist folder than relying on the tools to recreate it.

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