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Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

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  • Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

    Hi there,

    I made some changes to a UX and when I came to publish I got the above error - and can't publish. (adding a download button - with i-frame component as per the video).

    I restored the component to a a previous backup, checked that the changes were undone and ... same issue.

    I don't even know where to start looking ...

    any clues?


    Thanks

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    Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

    Hi.

    Did you find a solution to this problem ?
    I have the same fault on a new install. The old installation still works.

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      Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

      Hi Hans,

      I eventually found the problem component: as the update stopped, the faulty component is named in the 'publish' dialog - only it was hidden by the error message. I didn't find the problem, but re-built it.

      However, I did use an Alpha 'support ticket' and they supplied a script to find 'bad components.' I didn't try it, but I'd be happy to forward it (with the instructions) if you think it'd help. My email arroweducation@clear.net.nz

      Malcolm

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      • #4
        Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

        Thanks.
        I managed to fix this myself Yesterday. I found some components that was "Unknown" and removed them. After that the system worked as normal.

        If you have a script that could help in the future if this should happened again, please forward this to hjr@webbiz.cc.

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        • #5
          Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

          Can anyone give me advice on how to fix this? I upgraded and reinstalled AA, restored my Workspace and then I kept getting these error when publishing. This is serious and I have users waiting. I cant find any documentation in this error.

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          • #6
            Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

            write to selwyn.
            Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
            Albert Einstein, (attributed)
            US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

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            • #7
              Re: Script: A5_WebProjPublishDlg Property not found wf.basic subelement not found error

              please send your project to me so i can duplicate the problem.

              i will need a zip file of your project and a backup of the sql database that the components use.

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