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Unable Install eCart 6 using cmd

Thread began 11/04/2015 7:31 pm by Hunter | Last modified 11/06/2015 2:03 am by Ray Borduin | 718 views | 4 replies |

Hunter

Unable Install eCart 6 using cmd

http://blogs.adobe.com/dreamweaver/2015/08/installing-extensions-for-dreamweaver-cc-2015.html
Using the above link, I have been able to install webassist's data assist extension, but in my attempts to install eCart 6 I continuously get an error in the command prompt saying
C:\Exmancmd_Win>ExManCmd.exe /install.zxp
Failed to install, status = -160!
I am tired of this installation method installing eCart 6.
Please tell me what I should do. Since the other applications installed perfectly fine, I assume that the version of eCart is corrupt in some way.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd try using the DMXZone extension manager: http://www.dmxzone.com/go/22670/dmxzone-extension-manager-for-dreamweaver/

It is free and allows you to avoid the command line for installation.

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Hunter

Thank you for your quick response Ray, but I've already tried using the DMXZone extension manager shortly after posting this in the fourms.
When I open Dreamweaver after DMXZone installs the extension, the program gets stuck trying to open the eCart tab and an error message pops up which reads:
The following JavaScript error(s) occured:
Unable to open script file "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe
Dreamweaver CC
2015\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\eCart\WA_RunCommand.js"
(error 3).

Any ideas on how to troubleshoot a JavaScript error specifically related to eCart?

Thanks

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Did the secondary installer run? You have to open a page in Dreamweaver and our secondary installer should run and add a few more files including the one mentioned in the error.

If it doesn't run or you still have that error, post a US phone number or Skype contact information and I'll debug it with you in a screen sharing session and get it working.

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Hunter

Opening the page was what made it activate the installer. I can't believe I missed that step. Worked great, thanks

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