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undefined function microtime_float() error on confirm page

Thread began 8/02/2012 7:00 pm by rgolab68503 | Last modified 8/14/2012 11:42 am by rgolab68503 | 3144 views | 11 replies


No worries, I thought that is was you meant so i tried it that way before. I have made the changes but I think it got worse.

These are the errors that come up now.

Notice: Undefined variable: t0y0t1r3s in /var/www/html/toyo_support_site/support/Display/confirm.php on line 221

Notice: Undefined variable: database_t0y0t1r3s in /var/www/html/toyo_support_site/support/Display/confirm.php on line 234

Warning: mysql_select_db(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /var/www/html/toyo_support_site/support/Display/confirm.php on line 236

Warning: mysql_query(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /var/www/html/toyo_support_site/support/Display/confirm.php on line 270

Now i did some changes to the email as well and am wondering if this has caused the erros. Basically in the version before it was supposed to pull a sales reps email. I have now set up a recordset and am pulling it that way. I proved that the email is comming in OK by plaing it on the page (see Error2_aug3.jpg). I attached the new confirm.php as it sits now as well as the checkout.php page.

It is all getting to the confirm page OK but once you hit the "submit order" button then the errors happen and it stays on the confirm page.

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