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Thread began 6/08/2012 4:50 pm by barkmail439219 | Last modified 6/11/2012 10:15 am by Jason Byrnes | 369 views | 1 replies |


definition file

I recently deleted my ecart folder within Dreamweaver to start fresh. I then added a new object without incident.

When in the ecart add to cart button definition - specifically when I select the redirect option to have the button redirect to my shopping cart, I immediately receive the following message:

"The definition file for this ecart object was not found. Please ensure that it is in the WA_ecart folder off the site root."

It seems to occur with any redirect field...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

most likely your page has references to an eCart object that no longer exists since you deleted the eCart folder.

you will need to remove the code that reefers to the old eCart file that was deleted from your page.

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