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JavaScript Error

Thread began 8/24/2009 6:56 pm by lee266802 | Last modified 12/12/2009 9:29 am by Daryl | 2241 views | 10 replies |

lee266802

JavaScript Error

I have created a form and when I try to go back in and edit the design, when I try to save the changes I get a popup message that says "While executing onClick in WAFB_SaveTheme.htm, a JavaScript error occured." I have already tried deleting the WinFileCache file from the Configuration folder but it doesn't seem to help.

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Eric Mittman

Is this the complete error message? If there is a line number anywhere in the error it may help to better understand what is going on. Please post back with this info, if it is not available I can open a ticket for you so that we can exchange some more details privately.

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lee266802

Please see attached image file of the error message. No line number I'm afraid.

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webwerkt

JavaScript error

I have the same problem - both with CSS Menu en CSS Form NOT with CSS Sculptor.

While executing onClick in WAFB_AddForm,htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

I think the problem cold have samting to do with the "Site Tool" thing.
it generated a other problem with the message:

While executing onResize in WA-SiteTools_Progress.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurrd:
in file ""WA_SiteTools_Progress"": ReferenceError: refersh is not defined.

and

in file ""WA_SiteTools_Progress"": refreshUI is not defined

sorry for my brurry spelling.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try deleting your winfilecache .dat file with Dreamweaver closed. Odd errors like these are usually problems with the DW cache system.

see: showthread.php?t=3199&highlight=winfilecache+macfilecache

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lee266802

As I stated in the original post I have already tried deleting the winfilecache .dat

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lee266802

I have found that this error message only happens when you are editing an existing form. It seems to save the changes to the presets, but it is in the process of saving the changes to the existing form that it fails.

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Codesnap

Similar Issue

Yeah, similar issues here, people. The error I'm getting says ...

While executing onClick in WAFV_Required_C.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

I'm running CSS Form Builder in Dreamweaver CS3 (Mac) and am using Client Validation on a very basic, three checkbox form (to confirm a user wants to do something before the server does something). I've also tried closing down DW, deleting the cache file and starting it up again.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

There is a bug in client side required validation causing this error. There may already be an update to address it. I'll open up an incident for you to help get you the update quickly if it hasn't been released.

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DarylBeta Tester

Hi guys, was this resolved as I am having the very same problem but with forms created in CSS FB....

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