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eCart Object is missing

Thread began 3/05/2013 6:59 am by Kamen Nikolov | Last modified 5/15/2013 10:53 am by Patrice | 879 views | 9 replies |

Kamen Nikolov

eCart Object is missing

Hi,

I have a site that I have build and I was able to click on the eCart object and edit the preferences. This eCart object is gone, I can see where the sopping cart description and preferences are but I was wondering if you have any suggestions how to fix that.

Kamen

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the eCart object file should be located at the site root, in the WA_eCart folder.

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Kamen Nikolov

Hi that is correct all file defining the the cart are there but I was able to click on the eCart object and edit these files. Now the eCart object is not there. Do I need to reinstall my shopping cart?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I dont follow what you mean. Can you please provide more details, perhaps a screen shot showing the problem?

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Kamen Nikolov

Hi again,

As I have said I was able to click on the eCart object and set what I need to do. Now the eCart object is missing. Take a look.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Ok, so the eCart object server behavior is missing from the server behaviors list for the cart page? is that what you mean?

Delete the Dreamweaver Cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.php

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Kamen Nikolov

Yes. The eCart object behavior is missing not only on the cart page but on all page connected. I will try what you have suggested. Do I need to reinstall the shopping cart?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should not need to reinstall eCart.

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Kamen Nikolov

I did deleted the the Win.dat file and the problem still there. I have reinstall the the shopping card and now everything is working fine.

Thank you.

Kamen

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Patrice

I'm looking for documentation for this too. My client wants to make a change in shipping set up. I am not clear how to edit the object. Thanks.

I found it. It isn't intuitive. It is Insert>cart path. I was looking for a modify path. Thanks.

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