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CSS Sculptor shared.js = css.units.xml err

Thread began 11/14/2009 7:49 am by peter.england259893 | Last modified 12/03/2009 4:03 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1590 views | 5 replies |

peter.england259893

CSS Sculptor shared.js = css.units.xml err

Uploaded the EMS layouts from the zip file i now find that the Webassist shared.js file throws errors onLoad wacs_wizard.htm for Sculptor and Menu Writer.

The css.units.xml file is in all of the various config dir as expected.

The wacs_wizard.htm exists in Objects\Webassist and configuration\commands folders

Running DW 10 4117. Sculptor 205 Menu Writer 203

Neither addin will load.

Any known fixes?

tia
pce

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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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peter.england259893

css.units.xml error

Jason, thanks for your reply.

I'm afraid I have already done that deletion. It's a real pain having to do this each and every time i install a web assist extension but i've accepted it as the price of using WA products. i imagine it's mainly a adobe error but someone needs to get a fix in!

the only solution i've ever found is a complete uninstall of DW and then reinstall of the main program and all extensions.

with over 500 web sites and about 70 active sites and 10 or so in development at any one time that is a major task. and that's not even counting in the extension manager work.

so once again as these forums can present no sensible solution i am going to go thru the above process.

while i've a number of WA packages i cannot afford the downtime each installation or upgrade demands. so (in addition to the loss of asp versions) i've not taken up any of the latest offers. loosing 2 or 3 days due to these sort of errors is simply unacceptable. while i know very well that you are not personally responsible for WA coding i wonder who is taking responsibility for such an unprofessional solution such as 'delete WinFileCache.dat'!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

When you install an updated version of an extension, are you uninstalling the previous version from the extension manager first?

If you do not uninstall the previous version first, it can cause the configuration folder to become corrupted, make sure you always uninstall the previous version from the extension manager before installing an update.


The issue with the filecache.dat file having to be deleted is due to an Dreamweaver bug. That file is supposed to be deleted automatically if there is a problem. However a bug in Dreamweaver is preventing that from happening. The fix of deleting the filecache.dat file is the fix recommended by Adobe.

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info370785

Same issue here Pat England

I am experiencing the same problem (While executing onLoad in wacs_wizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred) with installing. The process is making webassist impossible to use.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You started a new thread with the same question here:
showthread.php?t=8066


please see my reply in the new thread.

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