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Fatal error: Call to a member function GetContent() on a non-object in confirm.php

Thread began 10/20/2011 11:04 am by michael271305 | Last modified 11/07/2011 1:19 pm by michael271305 | 6840 views | 19 replies


Fatal error: Call to a member function GetContent() on a non-object in confirm.php


I have been trying to configure an eCart installation utilising Paypal as the gateway.

When I uploaded to my live space I can select items and see them in the cart. I can also proceed to the first checkout page which asks for name, email, address etc.

On clicking the checkout button I get the error as shown in the title. The full text is shown below:

Fatal error: Call to a member function GetContent() on a non-object in /home/<myaccountnamehere>/public_html/vitscartdemo/confirm.php on line 7

The path is where the confirm.php is stored on my web server.

I am unsure what this means as I am not a highly proficient php coder.

Any help appreciated as this is for a customer who asked for this addition to a brochure type site.


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