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unable open script file

Thread began 4/07/2022 10:11 am by Rick | Last modified 4/07/2022 12:20 pm by Ray Borduin | 370 views | 10 replies |

Rick

unable open script file

Just installed eCart 6.1.3 into Dreamweaver CC 2019 with Anastasiy's Extension Manager and am getting errors:

Dreamweaver CC 2019\Configuration\Shared\Webassist\eCart\Wa_RunCommand.js (error 2)

After researching other threads referring to CC 2020, I tried uninstalling and then reinstalling. No luck as the error prevents opening any page.

I thought that maybe it wold work even though the requirements stop at CC 2015.

Should I abandon the attempt?

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Rick

Fixed. I copied the ecart folder in Library /App Support /Dreamweaver CS6 / en_us / Configuration / Shared / Webassist / eCart from another partition. That launched the second installer and the activation

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Rick

Display Manager won't launch though. Get the following in source code:

<!--MENU-LOCATION=NONE-->
<!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
- File Name:
- WA eCart 02Display.htm
-
- Description:
- Opens the Display Manager
-
-
- This file contains proprietary and confidential information from WebAssist.com
- corporation. Any unauthorized reuse, reproduction, or modification without
- the prior written consent of WebAssist.com is strictly prohibited.
-
- Copyright 2002 WebAssist.com Corporation. All rights reserved.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------>

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try clearing your filecache .dat file from your user's configuration folder. Make sure Dreamweaver is closed when you delete the file. If you still have issues give me a call and I can screen share with you to debug and get it fixed.

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Rick

Looked in both configuration folders. Library and the App folder. that file is not present. is it an invisible file? OSX 10.11.

Everything runs well on my older partition with CS6 and OSX 10.6.8

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It should be in the configuration folder in your User's configuration in the library. It is a hidden folder on mac. The library folder is hidden.

To access the library folder in 10.7 follow these steps:
1) In the Finder, choose Go > Go To Folder.
2) In the Go To Folder dialog, type ~/Library
3) Click Go.

It should be there... it is called macfilecache.dat and has a number appended to the file name.

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Rick

Found it. User Library is visible on 10.11.6

Deleted it. Let's see what happens.

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Rick

Yep. That did it.

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Rick

theme error. Probably just gonna abandon trying to get eCart working with CC 2019. I't not officially supported? correct?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

No, it should be supported. You can ignore that error. It is just trying to set focus to the field for you, but you can just close it.

I get the same error, so I'll get it fixed in eCart for the next build.

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