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Undefind Index Errors
12-01-2012, 06:14 AM,
#1
Undefind Index Errors
I managed to get it install and can login as admin. when I try to change the name of the Root Folder from DMS to anything else, I get two errors.
Undefined index: sequence in op.EditFolder.php on line 48
Undefined index: attributes in op.EditFolder.php on line 52

But the change does happen.
if I add a folder I get the error
Undefined index: attributes in op.AddSubFolder.php on line 59

I thought at first the problem was my database tables using myisam instead of innoDB, so I dropped all the tables and started again. It didn't help.

Any thoughts?
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12-01-2012, 07:51 PM,
#2
RE: Undefind Index Errors
Hi,

What version of LetoDMS are you using?

All the other functions of the DMS are working well?

Daniel
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12-01-2012, 10:00 PM,
#3
RE: Undefind Index Errors
(12-01-2012, 07:51 PM)Daniel Wrote: Hi,

What version of LetoDMS are you using?

All the other functions of the DMS are working well?

Daniel

it is version 3.4RC4. All actions that need a sequence give the error, but the command seems to work. Any items that need attributes give an error, but seem to work. I have not defined any attributes, so I am not sure why the error is thrown.
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12-02-2012, 03:09 AM,
#4
RE: Undefind Index Errors
(12-01-2012, 06:14 AM)pacotx1971 Wrote: I managed to get it install and can login as admin. when I try to change the name of the Root Folder from DMS to anything else, I get two errors.
Undefined index: sequence in op.EditFolder.php on line 48
Undefined index: attributes in op.EditFolder.php on line 52

But the change does happen.
if I add a folder I get the error
Undefined index: attributes in op.AddSubFolder.php on line 59

I thought at first the problem was my database tables using myisam instead of innoDB, so I dropped all the tables and started again. It didn't help.

This is not a real problem. Those are just warnings and your php sends them to the browser instead of the log file. Anyway, it should be fixed what I've just done :-)

Uwe
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12-03-2012, 04:54 AM,
#5
RE: Undefind Index Errors
(12-02-2012, 03:09 AM)steinm Wrote:
(12-01-2012, 06:14 AM)pacotx1971 Wrote: I managed to get it install and can login as admin. when I try to change the name of the Root Folder from DMS to anything else, I get two errors.
Undefined index: sequence in op.EditFolder.php on line 48
Undefined index: attributes in op.EditFolder.php on line 52

But the change does happen.
if I add a folder I get the error
Undefined index: attributes in op.AddSubFolder.php on line 59

I thought at first the problem was my database tables using myisam instead of innoDB, so I dropped all the tables and started again. It didn't help.

This is not a real problem. Those are just warnings and your php sends them to the browser instead of the log file. Anyway, it should be fixed what I've just done :-)

Uwe

I noticed that there is a new version (RC5) which I downloaded and installed on the server. That still doesn't fix or hide the warnings. I suppose I could change the error_reporting level to something lower then E_NOTICE.
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12-03-2012, 12:11 PM,
#6
RE: Undefind Index Errors
(12-03-2012, 04:54 AM)pacotx1971 Wrote:
(12-02-2012, 03:09 AM)steinm Wrote:
(12-01-2012, 06:14 AM)pacotx1971 Wrote: I managed to get it install and can login as admin. when I try to change the name of the Root Folder from DMS to anything else, I get two errors.
Undefined index: sequence in op.EditFolder.php on line 48
Undefined index: attributes in op.EditFolder.php on line 52

But the change does happen.
if I add a folder I get the error
Undefined index: attributes in op.AddSubFolder.php on line 59

I thought at first the problem was my database tables using myisam instead of innoDB, so I dropped all the tables and started again. It didn't help.

This is not a real problem. Those are just warnings and your php sends them to the browser instead of the log file. Anyway, it should be fixed what I've just done :-)

Uwe

I noticed that there is a new version (RC5) which I downloaded and installed on the server. That still doesn't fix or hide the warnings. I suppose I could change the error_reporting level to something lower then E_NOTICE.

RC5 doesn't have the fix. Setting the error_reporting is an option or alternatively send the messages to apaches' error log.

Uwe
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