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No images after upgrading to new version

Thread began 10/24/2012 10:20 am by pauline368111 | Last modified 10/25/2012 8:01 am by pauline368111 | 620 views | 2 replies


No images after upgrading to new version

I upgraded to the latest version of PowerGallery (by copying the new files up to the server) and something happened to my database. All the image information is gone (in the pg1_gallery_images table). The PowerGallery Admin page lists my galleries but shows zero images for each gallery.

Also this message appears on the admin page:
Warning: mysql_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /usr/www/users/slow/powergallery/admin_gallery/common/functions.php on line 566

And on the admin page, the new line that shows the images folder for each gallery shows: Images Folder: /powergallery/images// (with 2 slashes at the end)

I imported a backup of my PowerGallery database and the images information is still not in the database (even though I can see it in the backup file that I am importing).

I checked the connections/powergallery.php file and my database information is correct.

What have I done?

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