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Thread began 1/16/2017 8:59 am by Roxana | Last modified 1/18/2017 12:50 pm by Ray Borduin | 631 views | 7 replies |

Roxana

DataAssist created a blank page

There were two errors when creating the DataAssist pages.

Detail page had an ambiguous statement, which I fixed. Odd though. Hopefully not a problem.

Result page is just white. I added the php error reporting code, and it is still white.

<?php
error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set('display_errors','on');
?>

I added the following code after the first longer php statement, and it was white. Does this make this php the culprit? No idea how to fix that though.

<?php
die("here 1");
?>

Please help.

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tblprice_results.php
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try using:
ini_set('display_errors',1);

If that doesn't work I'll need a url to view the page and FTP access to debug myself.

I'll probably add a die statement to the top of the page and then remove the code below and then move it down the page and add back the code until I can narrow down the line of code causing the problem. At that point it should become easier to figure out what is wrong with that line and get it fixed.

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Roxana

Hi Ray,

The page is not live, nor do I plan to upload it. I only created the pages for simple data entry.

And, the page is still white :(

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I guess I could do screen sharing with you to help you debug it. Can you give me a US phone number or Skype contact information and I'll help you debug the problem.

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Roxana

I am in Canada

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Roxana

I tried doing the pages over again. There was a problem, that one of the tbls was wrong.

After that the pages came out fine except for the detail page, where I had to correct the recordset again by hand.

The only thin that is still bothersome, is that I cannot include search on the result page. If I place the check mark for that, the process stops with a java script error. Tried a few times both ways, always, when the include box is checked the process stops with the result page.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I've noticed issues in the latest version of Dreamweaver that seem to be caused by our interfaces moving too quickly and CC 2017 can't keep up. I think it does a lot more processing as a page is created with the code coloring and dependent files and live editing and everything else they have added recently.

What view are you on when you run the interface? Can you try again in "code" view? (just go to Menu->Code before running the wizard). I'd be interested to know if this makes a difference. We could probably add code to automatically switch to code view temporarily as the wizard runs if that does help.

If not, I can't seem to reproduce the problem on my end, but I'd be glad to investigate it further with you. I'd need a US phone number or Skype contact information and I could set up a screen sharing session in order to debug it on your machine directly with you.

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Roxana

I changed to code view and got the java script error again on another line. It seems inconsistent, where the errors are made. For now I have the pages working by going through my many backup folders from all the testing, and picking the pages that worked. Got quite a headache.

Only on the update page, the menus are supposed to be sorted by language, and they are, but they pick a random language to display first. This is a problem, because one of the languages is polish, and I have no clue, what the selection is.

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