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Non-Descript "incomplete" Dreamweaver CS6 error after Webassist upgrade

Thread began 7/11/2014 8:41 am by tn228553 | Last modified 7/15/2014 3:49 am by CraigR | 483 views | 2 replies |

tn228553

Non-Descript "incomplete" Dreamweaver CS6 error after Webassist upgrade

I am running CS6 of Dreamweaver and upgraded to Data Bridge 1.2.0 and MySQLi Server Behanvior 1.0.1 yesterday.

When I open pre-existing Webassist .php files I get this totally unhelpful 'incomplete' error. Everything seems okay and the files still run on the server but I'd like to figure out why this is suddenly occuring?

Here is a screenshot of the error and also a sample .php where the error is occurring andd why.

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Justin HoodWebAssist

It looks like we left in a debugging alert in the last build as a part of the Dynamic MySQLi List/Menu update.

It won't impact anything (aside from your sanity). We have the alert removed and it will be corrected in the next dot release. I should have a dot release out for MySQLi this week. I'm shooting for tomorrow.

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CraigRBeta Tester

I got this one too, glad its not just me - and glad there's a fix in the pipeline !

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