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Importing/exporting Form Content Presets

Thread began 8/01/2012 4:09 am by shanerobo426679 | Last modified 8/01/2012 10:38 am by Jason Byrnes | 345 views | 1 replies |


Importing/exporting Form Content Presets

I have been using the Preset Manager for some time with no issues. One of my saved folders under the CSS Form Builder - Form Contents drop down contains 3 saved presets. I export all 3 together and import them into Dreamweaver on my laptop. 2 work correctly, the other displays with only the capture part of the preset and not all the rest of the contents that it should (various drop downs etc).

If i go into the preset manager on the laptop, select the problem preset and click edit, unlike the other 2 that work properly, I get an error message "The Callbackname.xml field is no longer available as it was deleted or renamed."

As a check I opened the .zip file and looked inside the Callbackname.xml file to find that seems to be missing code that it should have. So I guess the problem is with the Export not the Import.

The form will insert correctly on the original computer and has no issues. It will go into edit in the preset manager with no error message.

I'm using the Data Bridge 1.0.5
Any help is appreciated.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

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