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Add an E Cart error

Thread began 1/09/2015 4:01 pm by john70964 | Last modified 1/15/2015 3:45 pm by Jason Byrnes | 641 views | 14 replies |

john70964

Add an E Cart error

I tried to apply an ecart to the page but as soon as I added a cart the following message as per the image appeared.

Can you say what may be necessary to over come this error please?
Many thanks
John

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What is your OS?

What version of DW?

What extensions are installed including the version numbers?

Can you give details o the exact steps you are taking to encounter the error?

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john70964

I have Dreamweaver CS6 and windows 7

I created a Dreamweaver New Fluid grid layout

Drop Menu Magic by project seven
I created a new template with the above

On a new templated page In EditRegion I tried to add an ecart object, then I get the message.

I attach a zip file with the page code
Thank you

John

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should not be adding eCart to the template, but rather to a PHP page that is created from the template.

Create a new php page, apply the template to it, then add eCart to the new page.

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john70964

Thanks Jason
Perhaps a misunderstanding here.
I believe I am adding the extension to a templated page.

I created a new php page, added the template, selected to place the eCart into EditRegion1 and received the same error.

I am using eCart 5.0.7 is this correct?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Sorry, it sounded like you where adding eCart to the template.

is eCart the only extension installed?

If there are others, what are the versions?

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john70964

Ecart is the only web assist extension on the site, very early days, as mentioned above I created a fluid grid and am using Drop Menu Magic by project seven to get a responsive site.
I am attaching a zipped file of the page, it may help.
Thanks
john

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

attached is an updated copy of the WA eCart Shared.js file.

locate the users configuration folder, for details, see the common installation issues page:
http://www.webassist.com/tutorials/Common-installation-issues

in the users configuration folder, go to:
shared/WebAssist/eCart

and over write the WA eCart Shared.js file in that location with the new one.

make sure DW is closed while doing this.

Attached Files
WA eCart Shared.js.zip
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john70964

Thanks Jason
That article seems to refer to MAC users I am on Win7
As this is a new site, (not much done yet) I dont seem to have a shared/WebAssist/eCart directory.

I attach a pic of my files.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the shared/webassist directory is not a part of your site. it is a folder on your computer.

the instruction for finding the users configuration folder are in the section of the linked article title:
For Windows users, they are as follows:

For Windows Users
-Close Dreamweaver.
-Open a Windows Explorer window.
-In the Address bar enter %appdata% and click Enter.
-Open the Adobe directory.
-Open the Dreamweaver folder for the version of Dreamweaver you are using.
-Dreamweaver CS4 and above users only - open the en_US directory.
-Open the Configuration directory.


once in the configuration folder, go to shared/webassist/eCart

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