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JavaScript Errors After Installing eCart6.

Thread began 1/16/2014 3:17 pm by MsEvette | Last modified 1/21/2014 11:25 am by Jason Byrnes | 392 views | 6 replies |

MsEvette

JavaScript Errors After Installing eCart6.

I have been using Design Extender & Data Bridge, but I started getting error messages as soon as I installed eCart 6. I have uninstalled all of the WA extensions, reset the Workspace Layout, deleted the WinFileCache.dat, and still I'm getting the following message when I open Dreamweaver:

The following JavaScript error(s) occured: Unable to open script file "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS5\Configuration\WA_Installer\Library2\WA_Configuration.js" (error 3).

How do I fix this?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

we found a problem with the WA installer, will are comping new builds to address the problem as I type this and they should be available latter today. I will let you know when that happens.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

New Dot releases have been uploaded to the download section for:
eCart 6.0.1
Design Extender 1.1.7
Data Bridge 1.1.6
Free Tools 1.0.8


these versions should correct the problems you are having.

uninstall the previous versions from the extension manager, then install the new ones

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MsEvette

Sorry Jason, I did like you said but nothing has changed; still getting the same error. When I try to browse to the directory indicated in the error message, I'm not finding the WA_Installer folder in the configuration folder. Seems to me Dreamweaver is looking for a file in a directory that doesn't exist and because it's not there, it's throwing up the error. Thoughts?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

after installing the extension, open DW, then open a PHP page. This should trigger the WA Installer to finish installing the extension. After the WA Installer has completed, restart Dreamweaver.

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MsEvette

Again, I did everything you said to do and still continued to get this error. I finally gave up and upgraded to Dreamweaver CC. So far I have not received any errors.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If you would like to troubleshoot CS5 further, try renaming the users configuration folder as outlined in step 12 of the troubleshooting guide and reinstalling:
http://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/kb/troubleshoot-javascript-errors-dreamweaver-cs4.html#main_user_config

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