I've been receiving several error messages upon opening a .php file which contains a recordset to MySQL database. The messages are listed:
1.)The check new Username2 script does not define the findserverbehaviors Function
2.)The DynAttribute script does not definethe findserverbehaviors Function
Also when trying to add a recordset to a new .php file the following message displays upon clicking "recordset" in dialogue box... 'the insertrecord script does not define the findserverbehavior Function'
I've looked for the WinCache.dat file to delete according to instructions of troublingshoot script file error messages a la D. Powers, but I can't locate the file in any of my configuration folders. I've looked at the recordset.js and can't imagine that it's corrupted as it's never been touched before. Also my serverbehavior.xml file exists as I understand that it's first in the call procedure for Dreamweaver when inserting a recordset.
I've additionally gotten the following error message upon starting DW and read through these instructions http://forums.adobe.com/message/4838277#4838277 but again can't seem to locate the WinCache.dat file
?? Thank You!
Start with 12 & 4 and go through the rest only if necessary.
Thanks for the suggestion, however both 12 and 4 don't offer assistance as I don't seem to have the WinCache.dat file nor a Preferences Folder. I've looked through nearly every subfolder of C:/ProgramFiles(x86)/Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 and can't locate either. The windows properties for that folder aren't hidden. I authorized Adobe monitoring of my use of Dreaweaver a few weeks ago, does this have something to do with it? I'm hanging this up till after work. Thank you for responding w/any inputs.
It's not in ProgramFiles.
The location of the personal configuration folder depends on your operating system and version of Dreamweaver. For Dreamweaver CS4, CS5 & CS5.5, it’s as follows:
EDIT: Here's the full scoop on where to find the personal config folders (I think that link from Nancy just gives you Mac instructions)...
(I think that link from Nancy just gives you Mac instructions)...
No. The full details are there for Mac, WinXP, WinVista, & Win7. Win8 probably came out after that help article was written. If you don't find the folders in a search, Show Hidden Files in your files manager (Windows Explorer).