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Mapping multiple customer location points via database. XML file randomly corrupted.

Thread began 1/12/2016 12:59 pm by TroyD | Last modified 1/21/2016 8:32 pm by TroyD | 1424 views | 15 replies



Something isn't working correctly to generate the .xml file or add any data to it.

I removed the extensions and reinstalled the new build.
Then I created a new map. All new page and files were generated. It didn't create the _promaps_cache folder or the _promaps_geocache.xml file. So I created the directory with (755 permissions) and the file with (644) and uploaded them.

Still no data added.
So I then added the xml tags to the file.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<geocode_data version="1.0">

Again nothing. Something is preventing it from creating the file and nothing will write to it once it's created manually. Not sure why.

I have not tried to delete the xml file from the test site you worked on, to see if it would be regenerated. Should I?


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