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PowerCMS2 - Content pages not displaying under Content sidebar

Thread began 4/24/2010 2:54 pm by kenstites342105 | Last modified 6/26/2010 2:17 pm by kenstites342105 | 3719 views | 17 replies


PowerCMS2 - Content pages not displaying under Content sidebar

After installing PowerCMS2 and opening the Home page, I get the following error shown under the Content header.

Warning: mysql_fetch_assoc(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /homepages/15/d187797821/htdocs/powercms/admin/pages.php on line 206

The code in line 206 is using the records pulled from pcms2_contents table and assiged to the variable $sitepages. It seems that MySQL does not like something in $sitepages.

I can add a new page content record when clicking on green plus sign for new content and the record is placed in the database. I just can't see it displayed on the home page.

And idea what the issue might be?



function toplevels($parentid = 0, $incr = 0) {
mysql_select_db($GLOBALS['database_PowerCMSConnection'], $GLOBALS['PowerCMSConnection']);
$sitepages = mysql_query("SELECT DISTINCT ContentGroup, Group_CONCAT(ContentID) as ID FROM pcms2_contents WHERE ParentID IN (".$parentid . ") Group By ContentGroup");

while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($sitepages)) {
$content = mysql_query("SELECT * from pcms2_contents WHERE ContentGroup = '" . $row['ContentGroup'] . "'");
$row_content = mysql_fetch_assoc($content);
$templates = mysql_query("SELECT * from pcms2_contents WHERE ContentGroup = '" . $row['ContentGroup'] . "' AND ContentID = ContentPageSetParentID");

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