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Installing eCart 6 on Dreamweaver CC with eCart 5 installed

Thread began 1/16/2014 12:40 am by Ian Sheldon | Last modified 1/16/2014 8:30 am by Jason Byrnes | 742 views | 1 replies |

Ian Sheldon

Installing eCart 6 on Dreamweaver CC with eCart 5 installed


This morning I purchased and installed eCart 6.

I use Dreamweaver CC (on Mac) and went to uninstall eCart 5 only to find that I couldn't due to it not showing up in the Extension Manager.

I went ahead and installed eCart6 anyway, only to find that on opening Dreamweaver, (I downloaded the eCart 6 files and rebooted) that the interface was still for eCart 5.

I then decided to uninstall eCart 6 using Extension manager and went back into Dreamweaver to see if it had removed all the menu and server behaviour entries. It had. I also was greeted with a hole host of JS errors (too many to make a note of, probably 50 or so).

I then closed DW and cleared the .dat cache file etc, and reinstalled eCart and so far it seems to be working.

I just wanted to let people know, that the installation process doesn't seem to take into account removing eCart 5 for those that can't see it in the Extension Manager. Is it possible to create an uninstall tool for eCart 5 for CC users?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The only way to uninstall eCart 5 from DW CC would be to rename the configuration folder, then re install the extensions . see step 12 of the adobe troubleshooting guide:

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