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Site Import 3 error

Thread began 10/05/2009 12:48 pm by mstruthers9080 | Last modified 11/03/2009 9:27 am by Office Guy-172461 | 1958 views | 7 replies |

mstruthers9080Beta Tester

Site Import 3 error

When I try to run SI3 with DWCS4 I get the attached error. However, on the same laptop computer with my old version of CS3 still installed I have no problem. Doesn't it work properly with CS4?

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Jimmy Wu

There are no compatibility issues with CS4 and Site Import. Try deleting the WinFileCache from the Configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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mstruthers9080Beta Tester

That cured it but I don't know what that wincache file is. Will it affect anything else?

Thanks

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Jimmy Wu

Basically its a cache file to help make things run faster. When installing extensions sometimes the cache file doesn't get written correctly, so it causes some errors. It will get created correctly by Dreamweaver when you start it up again.

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mattwalker392758

Site Import only Imports Index Page

Hi I am new to this product and new to using Dream Weaver. I tried to import a site using the Site Import Tool and I am missing all the pages other than the index page. All the images and css files seemed to import fine but of a 6 page site it won't import any of the pages other than the index. I hope its something simple that I am messing up.

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Office Guy-172461

Please don't post multiple posts attached to other threads. It makes it very difficult to keep things straight. New issue - new thread.

Please have a look at this article:
10 Tips for getting quick help from a support forum

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mattwalker392758

I apologize like I said I am new to this and I could not find the post new thread button. I have deleted my post in other threads and posted my thread and hope for a quick response.

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Office Guy-172461

No problem.

We all have to start somewhere. That's why the support guide was created. :)

Thanks for your response.

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