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Javascript error on Ecart 4.5.1

Thread began 9/30/2009 7:05 pm by dan377928 | Last modified 1/25/2010 3:47 pm by Eric Mittman | 1960 views | 7 replies |

dan377928

Javascript error on Ecart 4.5.1

After installing the Ecart update I can no longer add an add a cart button to a page with a recordset on it. I get an error "while executing timer in WA Ecart addtocart.htm a java script error occurred. I can add an add to cart button on a page without a recordset with no error. i deleted the .dat as suggested in other java errors and uninstalled and reinstalled the extension with no success.
Uninstalled 4.5.1 reinstalled 4.5.0 Problem goes away.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a technical support ticket so we can look into this issue with you. To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

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ardavies225361

Ecart javaacript errors

Originally Said By: dan377928
  After installing the Ecart update I can no longer add an add a cart button to a page with a recordset on it. I get an error "while executing timer in WA Ecart addtocart.htm a java script error occurred. I can add an add to cart button on a page without a recordset with no error. i deleted the .dat as suggested in other java errors and uninstalled and reinstalled the extension with no success.
Uninstalled 4.5.1 reinstalled 4.5.0 Problem goes away.  



I too have the same problem therfore unable to unable to complete my ecart.

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue. You can login and visit your support history to check the status and update it. Apologies for any inconvenience caused by the issue.

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ardavies225361

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  I have opened a ticket for you on this issue. You can login and visit your support history to check the status and update it. Apologies for any inconvenience caused by the issue.  



I have downloaded the js file - put it in the correct location - restarted my machine and ran up cs4 - still have the same problem and now - save comes up with an error (While executing onLoad in _afterSave.htm ,the following java script error(s) occured: In file "afterSave": afterSave is not defined - you then click ok and the file is saved.

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Eric Mittman

Did you update your support ticket with this info? I don't recall responding with a js file for this so it may be someone else that you are interacting with in the ticket.

You should login to the site and visit your support history to update the ticket and include this info and any other details about the error you are getting.

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andy260586

Javascript Error

Sorry I know this is an old thread but I am getting the exact same error in eCart 4.5.2. In other words I can't insert an "Add to Cart" button in a page that has a recordset.

Error reads: "While executing timer in WA eCart AddToCart.htm, a javascript error occured"

Was this problem ever fixed in eCart 4?

Thanks.

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Eric Mittman

Have you tried deleting the cache file? Here are the instructions for doing this if you have not done so already:

common_installation_issues.pdf

Please give this a try and if it does not work then there may be a corruption of your configuration folder. If this is the case you will need to rename the folder to get things working. Here is a link to the steps to take for this:

showpost.php?p=12293&postcount=2

If the issue persists let us know.

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