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JavaScript error after patch

Thread began 10/05/2009 10:35 am by chi300633 | Last modified 10/05/2009 6:34 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1197 views | 4 replies |

chi300633

JavaScript error after patch

I'm getting the following error after installing the recent support fixes when I try to Edit Form Contents. And then Form Builder just hangs.

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Dreamweaver
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While executing onLoad in WAFB_EditFormContents.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

In file "WAFB_EditFormContents":
initializeUI is not defined

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OK
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Try deleting the Dreamweaver cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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Jimmy Wu

Try deleting the Dreamweaver Cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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chi300633

Didn't work

I did try deleting the cache file and it caused a bunch of new errors when I opened Dreamweaver. I'm under a deadline and had to do something, so I decided to remove all WebAssist extensions - those errors no longer come up. I reinstalled Form Builder and am now reinstalling the ones I'm currently using - what a pain.

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Jimmy Wu

Im sorry to hear that you had to re-install your extensions to get them to work. Please let us know if any additional issues come up.

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