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Error in email receipt

Thread began 7/15/2010 10:46 pm by AlaskaTom | Last modified 8/04/2010 3:31 am by AlaskaTom | 1626 views | 16 replies

AlaskaTomBeta Tester

Yes, it is a puzzler, which is why I posted :-)

I was thinking it was perhaps a path issue, since the require_once were called inside of a function, but even changing all paths to server root relative didnt work. Also, since they were requires, it would cause a fatal error if it couldnt find the definition file.

Perhaps they are require_once, and called first on the parent page, is the problem?

I added your suggested require_once to the definition file, but added its parent folder WA_eCart/ and it found it fine, but still threw the error. Like I said, I even tried full server root relative paths, and no luck.

The exact error I am receiving is (with account name changed)
Notice: Undefined variable: eCart1 in /home/accountname/public_html/email-receipt.php on line 7

Fatal error: Call to a member function GetContent() on a non-object in /home/accountname/public_html/email-receipt.php on line 7

(the error is on line 7 now, instead of 6, because I added the new require_once to the definition)

Any more ideas?

I really need to get this figgured out today, since you guys are off on the weekend.

Thanks!
Tom

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