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SiteAssist Runtime Error MS visual C++ R6025

Thread began 10/02/2009 11:25 pm by marc338112 | Last modified 10/22/2009 3:54 pm by Eric Mittman | 4189 views | 8 replies |

marc338112

SiteAssist Runtime Error MS visual C++ R6025

I am trying to modify a site with SiteAssit (not the Pro ver.). Then I click on Finish I get a MS Visual C++ Runtime Library Error. The message is R6025 -pure virtual function call.

I am using Vista32

Marc

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Eric Mittman

When this error happens for you does it result in anything happening in your Dreamweaver environment or with the tool itself? It seems that you may be experiencing some other type of error and have script debugging for C++ on. You should try to get the error from Dreamweaver directly, you may need to disable your debugging to do that.

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marc338112

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  When this error happens for you does it result in anything happening in your Dreamweaver environment or with the tool itself? It seems that you may be experiencing some other type of error and have script debugging for C++ on. You should try to get the error from Dreamweaver directly, you may need to disable your debugging to do that.  



It is with Site Assist. It happens when I add a new page. I click finish and it goes to update the current pages and the error window pops up and crashes Dreamweaver.

Marc

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Eric Mittman

With Dreamweaver closed try deleting the cache file and then restart your machine and try this again. If there is some corruption or issue in this file you can get results like this. Here is a link to a troubleshooting page that lists the steps to delete this file. If this does not work for you it is worth trying to delete the configuration folder to see if is an issue in there. Please post back with the results you get.

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marc338112

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  With Dreamweaver closed try deleting the cache file and then restart your machine and try this again. If there is some corruption or issue in this file you can get results like this. Here is a link to a troubleshooting page that lists the steps to delete this file. If this does not work for you it is worth trying to delete the configuration folder to see if is an issue in there. Please post back with the results you get.

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I deleted the cache file and it did not help. When SiteAssite ask to update the other pages it crashes Dreamweaver.


I deleted the configuration folder, mistake. Now I lost all my pre-sets and plug ins. I tried to add SiteAssist, but it know nothing about the website and wants to start a New SiteAssist session and not work with what I have already done. I have a backup of the configuration folder I just need get it and restore it.

Marc

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue so that we can exchange some files. Please login and visit your support history to update the ticket.

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t297098

Same problem

I m having the same problem when trying to create datassist pages.It used to work, dont know why it doesnt now. I didnt delete the whole folder, but deleting the cache file doesnt help. Have any ideas?

Thank you

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t297098

Problem solved

Deleted the cache file once more, cleared windows and interner explorer temporary files and i also performed a registry cleanup.

It solved my problem

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Eric Mittman

Thank you for posting your solution here, this is a very odd error and I'm glad to see that you got it worked out and were kind enough to share the details with us.

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