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Local DataAssist Pages Not Loading in OS X 10.8

Thread began 1/06/2013 1:12 pm by RichardS | Last modified 7/30/2013 4:50 pm by RichardS | 2672 views | 7 replies

RichardS

Local DataAssist Pages Not Loading in OS X 10.8

Okay, this is odd. I have some pages I created a while ago using eCart and DataAssist 2.x that work fine off our host (CentOS shared hosting environment, PHP 5.2). However, it seems that since upgrading to Mountain Lion the pages won't load locally. No MySQL errors, but if I remove the include for WA_AppBuilder_PHP.php the page will load fine.

More details: I've moved development from Dreamweaver to Coda and uninstalled Dreamweaver. Thinking that was the problem I reinstalled Dreamweaver, deleted the MacFile cache per Webassist instructions. The pages still will not load locally. Also, local PHP version is 5.3.

Any ideas on what would be wrong are greatly appreciated.

Richard

EDIT: Just did a simple test where I commented out the include for library.php and everything loaded. Not sure what in that file is failing, but it looks to be the culprit.

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