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WA_eCart_Floater.htm JavaScript error

Thread began 12/14/2009 12:07 am by online.order393818 | Last modified 12/14/2009 4:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 999 views | 3 replies |


WA_eCart_Floater.htm JavaScript error

I'm completely spent, and lost for a solution to getting beyond this problem. I'ver read every bit of information here in the Support Forum that I thought would alleviate the problem, but no such luck. And the same error occur on both pc whether is WinXP Prof. or Vista Hm Prem. I completely uninstalled eCart 4.0 & Dreamweaver CS4 on my WinXP pc - reinstalled both DmCS4 & eCart4.0, and the following error keep coming up:

This error occurs after I have configured the properties setting in the "Checkout Wizard" and click finish. At this point the Checkout Wizard start building the necessary pages. Near, or at the end after the checkout wizard has been running is when I get the error message below. Also I have notice that for some reason my IIS server stops running either just before, or shortly after the checkout wizard has render the error and stop producing pages! I get a prompt from Windows that It (IIS Server) has stop running!


While executing timer in WA_eCart_Floater.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

At line 404 of flie "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe DreamweaverCS4\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\eCart\Library\WA_Configuration.js":

Cannot find file
C:\User Admin\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\DreamweaverCS4\en_US\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\eCart\Designs\Templates\Clean\Message.htm:


The error is probably generated from the fact that there is no "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe DreamweaverCS4\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist" directory or any of the subdirectory that come after the "Shared" mention in the error!

The file [Message.htm] is located where the path is pointing to:

"C:\User Admin\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\DreamweaverCS4\en_US\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\eCart\Designs\Templates\Clean\Message.htm"

I have verified that the Message.htm file does exist.

Needless to say I have spent an entire month trying to work beyond these such problems to the point I've lost sight of what my project is suppose to be.

That goes back to planning first, making sure that you have all the tools you need before you get started. I purchase the lastest version of Dreamweaver, perviously I had DW2004, eCart4.0, and a membership here at Web Assist just in case support could provide some help if needed.

If I can't get beyond this problem I have no other choice but to wait for the next eCart4.0 update.

Both of my pc's are healthy and up todate. This is the first time that I've attempted to work with PHP. I've design & developed websites and applications using ASP Microsoft Visual Basic Web Developer 2005/2008 with SQL2005 with ease. But this eCart4.0 is simply wearing me down.

And help with the problem will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I believe the problem is occurring because you are logged into your computer using the built In Windows Administrator user account.

the problem with the Administrator account, is that files will be installed in multiple locations:
C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration

C:\Users\default\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration

You will need to create a new windows user and assign that user Administrator privileges. Log out of the Administrator account and log into the new user account.

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WA_eCart_Floater.htm JavaScript error

Thanks JB,

I'll correct that situation being "Logged In" and working under the Administrator Account! That might help to illuminate any future errors that might cause software to develop a problem.

However, I had created a several layers of backups during the process of putting together the BlueSky Music test site (test site bundle with eCart 4.0) before encountering the problem I’d posted earlier. I take a lot of notes to retrace my steps, and I recall the previous test site I had completed before did not return any errors while the Checkout Wizard was building pages. So I decided to put it to the test and…

Finally Success! My BlueSky Music test site is off the launch pad. It successfully passed the test and verified by both PayPal & USPS. All that is left to do is some minor clean up.

Now I can get my project moving in the right direction at last.

Looking backward I've accessed that the majority of the problem I experience were due to "lack of knowledge". Ofcrouse there are a few bugs left to work out with eCart 4.0. But I'm confident that it's a great product, and will become a "Best Seller" for Web Assist.

Thanks for everyone’s help & calm senses when I was falling apart at the seams with frustration.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Excellent, glad to hear you have it working.

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