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Error on CMS index.php

Thread began 4/08/2012 2:56 pm by elevy388997 | Last modified 4/12/2012 3:31 pm by elevy388997 | 1228 views | 4 replies

Steve E

Same Problem

Hi Jason
I have a new build to do, I wasn't quite ready to upload the files but did so to test the registration system email functionality, which is all fine, I have the same problem as above only on my live server, I have tried commenting out the require once line in the CMS file this did not fix the problem for me,
I have imported the dB tables from my local server and rewritten the connection scripts,
I have noticed some entries in the dB tables that I think should be changed, but can't imagine they would be creating this problem.
In particular the session_varstable table, kfm_url, "http:\/\/localhost\/JMbuild\/webassist\/kfm\/index.php?\\C:\\xampp\\htdocs\\JMbuild\\webassist\\"
& in the session table, kfm_url, /JMbuild/webassist/kfm could you also please confirm the correct structure for these links, the first looks a little confusing?
I'm hoping that these maybe contributing to the problem.
Thanks in advance

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