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Dreamweaver Insert, Update, Delete Record server behaviors missing

Thread began 4/07/2015 10:46 am by davegw | Last modified 4/10/2015 1:08 pm by Ray Borduin | 1080 views | 4 replies |

davegw

Dreamweaver Insert, Update, Delete Record server behaviors missing

I installed WA MySQLi server behaviors, then decided to uninstall these until Data Bridge has been upgraded.
Now the Dreamweaver Insert, Update, Delete Record Server behaviors are missing from the list of server behaviors used.
Instead this item below is listed if I have an Insert or Update record on the page:

Dynamic Attribute(form action="<?php echo $editFormAction; ?>)

This is affecting all my php/mysql sites

I've tried deleting the WinCache file but no change.

I'm using DW CS6, Windows 7

Cheers
Dave

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That shouldn't happen... You probably have to rename your user configuration folder to get them back, but I've never heard of that.

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davegw

Weird thing is that this has happened on both my work PC and home PC.
Perhaps I should uninstall all WA extensions, check if the DW SBs in question reappear, then reinstall.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can try that, but really it seems like the extension manager messed up and removed something it shouldn't. I wouldn't imagine removing more would fix it.

I'd rename the users configuration folder and reinstall any extensions you want and that would almost definitely resolve it.

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davegw

Ray - I finally pinpointed the problem after renaming the configuration folder.
After reinstalling the WA extensions DB, DE & MySQLi, then numerous DMXzone extensions, I found DMXzone's reCaptcha extension was the culprit.

Dreamweaver Insert, Update, Delete Record SBs were replaced with:
Dynamic Attribute(form action="<?php echo $editFormAction; ?>)
in the SB list

Uninstalled their reCaptcha extension and all was well! Reinstalled - problem returned. Tried this a few times.

So nothing to do with WebAssist!

Thanks
Dave

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