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Thread began 8/26/2009 4:19 pm by soheil386156 | Last modified 10/27/2009 8:25 pm by Eric Mittman | 2449 views | 8 replies |

soheil386156

Java Script Error

Hello,

When I installed the Security Assist using extension manager and wanted to use it for the first time, it asked me to enter the serial key, after it verified and activated it, it gave me an error regarding the Java Script and failed to show any control on the form.

I had to ESC the form.

the same problem is happening for Display Cookie control.

FYI, I am using Dreamweaver CS4

Thanks.

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Jimmy Wu

With Dreamweaver closed, try deleting the WinFilecache-########.dat or MacFileCache-########.dat, depending on your operating system, file from the following location:

WinXP
-DWCS4
--C:\Documents and Settings\<Your User Name>\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration

Win Vista
-DWCS4
--C:\Users\<Your User Name>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration


Mac OSX;
-DWCS4
--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Adobe: Dreamweaver CS4: en_US: Configuration

(Please note that <Your User Name> Should be replaced with the User name you use to log into your computer)

Also, please make sure that you have the most recent version of our extensions installed.


NOTE:
On Windows Computers, The AppData or Application Data folders may be set to be hidden.

To View Hidden Folders in Windows Vista:
1) In The Windows Explorer, Click the "Organize" button
2) Select "Folders And Search Options"
3) Select the "View" tab
4) Click the "Show Hidden Folders And Files" radio button.

To View Hidden Folders in Windows XP:
1) On the Tools menu in Windows Explorer, click Folder Options.
2)Click the View tab.
3) Under Hidden files and folders, click Show hidden files and folders.

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soheil386156

Did not work

I tried your solution and still i get the same error when I try to use the Security Assist.

the error says "While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occured."

then when I click on cancel or any other button I get "While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, the following JavaScript error occured:
in file "SecurityAssistWizard":
APP_OBJ is not defined.

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Jimmy Wu

You could try renaming the configuration folder (with Dreamweaver and Extension manager closed) and have Dreamweaver create the configuration folder again. This will have the effect of disabling all your extensions. After doing this, try removing Security Assist and installing it again.

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kim388939

JavaScript Error!

Hi,
I am having the exact same problem, with the exception that I am working in CS3 on a mac. I am trying to use SecurityAssist for the first time. I activate it, then I get this error message

"While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.html, a javascript error has occurred"

I hit ok, the same msg pops up again.
Hit ok again, and I have a gray box that is supposed to be the wizard, but with nothing in it, I cannot click on anything, and I have to force quit dreamweaver.

Now I have deleted the MacFileCache-########.dat file.
Restarted dreamweaver, restarted the computer.
Uninstalled and reinstalled the extension through Adobe Extension manager.

Now I am at a loss as to what to do! This happened once before with CSS Sculptor, and deleting the MacFileCache solved that one, but not working for this!

I'm working with some very tight deadlines, so any help is very appreciated!!!!

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Jimmy Wu

You could try renaming the configuration folder (with Dreamweaver and Extension manager closed) and have Dreamweaver create the configuration folder again. This will have the effect of disabling all your extensions. After doing this, try removing Security Assist and installing it again.

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acornistBeta Tester

I have followed every suggestion as to how to get rid of the javascript error when running the Security Assist Wizard and nothing works. Here's what I just did.

1. Reinstall Dreamweaver CS3 for Macintosh.
2. Installed Security Assist (1.1.8) as the only extension.
3. Opened a php document.
4. Chose "WebAssist -> Security Assist -> Wizard" from the Insert menu.
5. Got the error "While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred."
6. Escaped out.
7. Quit Dreamweaver
8. Deleted the MacFileCache-########.dat file
9. Restarted Dreamweaver
10. Opened a php document.
11. Chose "WebAssist -> Security Assist -> Wizard" from the Insert menu.
12. Got the error "While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred."
13. Cursed loudly.
14. Quit Dreamweaver
15. Renamed the Configuration folder
16. Restarted Dreamweaver
17. Opened a php document.
18. Chose "WebAssist -> Security Assist -> Wizard" from the Insert menu.
19. Got the error "While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred."
20. Cursed very loudly!

I got this extension as a time-saver and it is costing me time instead. I know that you guys blame Adobe, but I never have such an issue with other extensions. I have had similar issues with WebAssist extensions, but at least killing the MacFileCache always worked. Now, it doesn't and I'm getting pretty frustrated.

By the way, this was done on a backup PowerBook G4 1.5Ghz laptop with 2MB RAM. This weekend I'll be back on the MacBook Pro with Dreamweaver CS4 and we'll see if the same thing happens. In the meantime, it's obvious that WebAssist has a problem that should be taken seriously.

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danny361770

I have the same problem. Come on Web Assist please give us a working solution

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Eric Mittman

What is the exact error you are getting and when does it occur for you? Also what have you tried to resolve the problem so that we know where you currently are? I can open a ticket if need be to help investigate further but I will need this info before continuing.

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