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DataAssist Error JS When Running DA Wizard

Thread began 8/16/2009 8:10 pm by mywebassist220499 | Last modified 8/20/2009 7:26 pm by Jimmy Wu | 2777 views | 10 replies |

mywebassist220499

DataAssist Error JS When Running DA Wizard

Attached screen shots of 2 errors I'm getting after click "Finish" in the Data Assist Wizard:

While executing onMouseUp in WA_AppBuilder.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

At line 395 of file "J:\Program Files\Adobe Dreamweaver CS3\Configuration\Shared\WebAssit\ApplicationBuilder\MultiCommandsShared.js": offsetsToNode: Argument number 2 is invalid.

Screenshot attached.

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Jimmy Wu

Try deleting your winfilecache. Here is a thread that describes how to do this:
showthread.php?t=1589

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mywebassist220499

Did not fix it, same error. It does generate the results.php page before the error pops up.

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mywebassist220499

Bump - Hi WA Support, it did not work.

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Jimmy Wu

Was DataAssist the latest extension that you have installed? If not, which extensions have you installed afterwards?

If there are conflicts during installation are you replacing the files or keeping the old ones?

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mywebassist220499

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  Was DataAssist the latest extension that you have installed? If not, which extensions have you installed afterwards?

If there are conflicts during installation are you replacing the files or keeping the old ones?  



Initially after this happened, I uninstalled the DA extension and then reinstalled it, initially looking at each confilict and selecting new. After 10 minutes of that, I clicked "Yes to All" on the last.

I then uninstalled the last extension that I had downloaded (Digital File Pro 2.0.2) and reinstalled it slecting Yes to All thinking it would have the latest versions of any common components.

BTW, has anyone at WA ever counted how many times you have to click the yes / no ... dialogs to replace 1 newer extension?

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Jimmy Wu

The amount of conflicts varies depending on the extension being installed and what other extensions were previously installed. If you are installing the latest versions of the extension, it should be safe to select yes to all when installing.

Your configuration folder may have become corrupted. You can rename the configuration folder to have Dreamweaver recreate it. Close Dreamweaver and go to:
WinXP
-DW8
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Macromedia\\Dreamweaver 8
-DWCS3
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Adobe\\Dreamweaver 9
-DWCS4
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Adobe\\Dreamweaver CS4\\en_US
Win Vista
-DW8
--C:\\Users\\<Your User Name>\\AppData\\Roaming\\Macromedia\\Dreamweaver 8
-DWCS3



This will disable all the extensions in your extension manager. After doing this, can you try installing DataAssist on its own and try the wizard again?

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mywebassist220499

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  The amount of conflicts varies depending on the extension being installed and what other extensions were previously installed. If you are installing the latest versions of the extension, it should be safe to select yes to all when installing.

Your configuration folder may have become corrupted. You can rename the configuration folder to have Dreamweaver recreate it. Close Dreamweaver and go to:
WinXP
-DW8
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Macromedia\\Dreamweaver 8
-DWCS3
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Adobe\\Dreamweaver 9
-DWCS4
--C:\\Documents and Settings\\<Your User Name>\\Application Data\\Adobe\\Dreamweaver CS4\\en_US
Win Vista
-DW8
--C:\\Users\\<Your User Name>\\AppData\\Roaming\\Macromedia\\Dreamweaver 8
-DWCS3



This will disable all the extensions in your extension manager. After doing this, can you try installing DataAssist on its own and try the wizard again?  




Before I go off and create hours and hours of work with a few simple clicks:

Are you saying by deleting that folder, that I will have to either re-install or re-enable all of my DreamWeaver extensions?

And, are you suggesting that with all other extensions removed?? or disabled?? that I try installing DataAssist all by itself to see if it works?

BTW, I think I own every just about every WA extension.

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Jimmy Wu

I can't think of anything else that we can try at the moment.

If this does not work and you did not remove the disabled extensions, you can restore the previously backed up configuration folder to enable all your extensions again.

Here are the steps you should try:
1) Close Dreamweaver and Extension Manager
2) Navigate to and rename Configuration folder to Configuration_back
3) Start up Extension Manager (extensions should be disabled at this point).
4) Remove the DataAssist extension.
5) Make sure you have the latest version of the DataAssist mxp file and install DataAssist.
6) Open Dreamweaver and test DataAssist Wizard.

At this point, if DataAssist Wizard works, you will have to re-enable the extensions one by one. If it doesn't work, follow these steps to revert back to your previous setup:
1) Close Dreamweaver and Extension Manager
2) Navigate to and delete Configuration folder
3) Rename Configuration_back to Configuration
4) Open up Dreamweaver and check to make sure extensions are restored.

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mywebassist220499

Thanks for the clarification. I just tried running the wizard again and the problem did not manifest itself. Not sure why. I will keep your suggestion in mind if it surfaces again.

Thanks!
David

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