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While executing onClick in SecurityAssistWizard, a javaScript error occurred.

Thread began 10/08/2009 6:50 am by jegoadby285710 | Last modified 1/14/2011 3:30 pm by peterbroekman35409717 | 3435 views | 8 replies |

jegoadby285710

While executing onClick in SecurityAssistWizard, a javaScript error occurred.

I get this error when tying to use Security Assist Wizard on a new php page it aslo does the same on pages i'ev ran it on in the past. I've uninstaled it and downloded a newer copy but still get the same arror. No new upgrades have been made to the Mac.

Im running a Mac on 10.5.8 and CS3 Dreamwever.

Its a real pain!

I have attached an image of the error

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David StringerBeta Tester

Have you tried deleting your WinFileCache.dat in the Dreamweaver Configuration before opening up the programme? I'm not sure where it is situated on a Mac, but if you do a search of the forum I'm sure its there.

I've done what you've done occasionally, re-installing the extension. When I've done a new install I always delete the cache and this seems to help in most cases.
HTH

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jegoadby285710

WinFileCache.dat O SX Mac

WinFileCache.dat. is MacFileCache-########.dat on a Mac


Location
Mac OSX;
-DW8
--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Macromedia: Dreamweaver 8:Configuration
-DWCS3
--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Adobe: Dreamweaver 9: Configuration
-DWCS4
--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Adobe: Dreamweaver CS4: en_US: Configurationion

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jegoadby285710

This seems to be the problem (SecurityAssist_Object.js)

Still no good. Seems to be a problem with this file:
SecurityAssist_Object.js
But if you remove this it definatly will not work.

Help

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David StringerBeta Tester

I'm sure that if you use the above to remove the MacFileCache, it should work for you.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Make sure you are deleting the macfilecache .dat file with Dreamweaver closed. 90% of the time that is the cause of errors like this.

If it still doesn't work, post back and I'll open a support incident so that someone can investigate this with you further.

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jegoadby285710

Still not right

Unfortunately its not making any difference, I even put the Mac though a restart.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I have created a support incident so that we can look into this with you further over the phone. Make sure to update your incident with contact information.

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peterbroekman35409717

While executing Onload - annoying Security assist wizard error

There are two or three therads with the same issue. When opening the secuty assist wizard I only get this: While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, the following Javascript errors(s) occured: At line 258 ......:Commands:SecurityAssistWizard.js. I see a pop-up after cancelling that's totally gray. There are back and next buttons when pushed the give the same mistake on lines 748 and 798 of another javascript file SecurityAssist_Object.js.

Deleting the .dat cache file does not help, nor does uinstalling. I am on a Macpro and a bit frustrated. This part is one of the main reasons I bought the whole package. Really need it. Please do some more testing whatsoever, this must be a mistake that happens more often (it does since it's in this formum).

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