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Thread began 8/22/2012 2:28 pm by tdinetta440961 | Last modified 8/24/2012 3:10 pm by tdinetta440961 | 580 views | 4 replies


Dynamically related files not resolved

Hi Jason,

I am getting a message on the site we were working on the other day where we had no problems creating dynamic records?

Error: Dynamically related files could not be resolved because of an internal error?

I just noticed this note about a syntax error on line 40 of my code:

}if (!function_exists("GetSQLValueString")) {
function GetSQLValueString($theValue, $theType, $theDefinedValue = "", $theNotDefinedValue = "")

What did I do to create this syntax error? I do a recordset test and I can see all my records, I test the server and it is connected? Attached is a copy of my server behaviors with a very long code string could this be the problem?

I was able to view the Name in my first record on my master page from my new database - displaying Autograph Photo Sportsballs, with the quantity and the Add to cart button. I do not know what I did but I can not see my site in a browser? Where are these dynamically related files located to resolve this issue?

I added {rsProduct.ItemThumb} to the page and the file name came up from my database and not the image.
How do I link the image to the Thumbnail and image code?

Also, I downloaded SQLPro and accessed my database while working on my site. Could this be effecting the site?

Is there a way to create an excel type spreadsheet to import the data into my fields in my database all in one shot?

Tony Di

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