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DFP2 "(prior version)" & missing ";"

Thread began 4/14/2010 10:45 am by Badger | Last modified 4/19/2010 7:51 pm by Badger | 917 views | 7 replies |

Badger

DFP2 "(prior version)" & missing ";"

I recently upgraded to the latest version of DFP2 and now get multiple server behaviors half saying "(prior version)". I've tried starting from scratch but same result. Am I going to have throw away and start again with everything that uses DFP2?

Also, something I've always had to hand code fix and never mentioned: On part 2 of the DFP2 wizard on the update page: when I click on the default file lightening bolt, then go the update form hidden field, the code generated is missing a space after "echo" and no semi colon near the end. IE:

<?php echo((isset($_POST["TypeImage"]))?$_POST["TypeImage"]:"") ?>

should be:

<?php echo ((isset($_POST["TypeImage"]))?$_POST["TypeImage"]:""); ?>

help.....

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Eric Mittman

Are you having a problem with the server behaviors that are marked as prior version? Are they not performing for you?

As for the echo statement it is very flexible within php, it can be used as a function (with parenthesis) or without the parenthesis, the semicolon is also optional.

php.net/echo

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Badger

Every time I make an edit to the update page the upload files server behavior is duplicated and the (prior version) appears in the original. The update function does not work due to not seeing the default file:

The default file field remain empty unless I add the gap and the semi colon. IE after correctly inserting the default file, after saving and returning to the server behavior the default file field was empty.

I'm going to try rebuilding the pages again using DA, re installing DFP2 and deleting the .dat file

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Badger

This is worse than I thought.

1. All my websites using DFP2 now have duplicated server behaviors: One called Upload files (file name) (prior version) and one called WA Upload files (filename)

2. After reinstalling DFP2 and deleting the .dat file and creating all new pages with DA: After applying DFP2, the server behaviors are again duplicated as above. This means I have two sets of upload files entries when attempting to choose the server file name in step two of amending the insert record server behavior.

3. Any change made to the server behavior duplicates it.

4. The default file in step 2 isn't saved (even with my hand code amendment).

I'm using DFP2 (latest version), DA (latest version, CS4 (latest version) on Mac OSX (10.5.8)

Need a speedy reply to this one please.

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue so that it can be looked into further. To check the status of the ticket or update it login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php

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Badger

I've logged in and done as asked. No one replied to date. Any idea how long this will take to fix?

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Eric Mittman

I have informed the engineer working on the ticket about your response. The ticket should be updated shortly.

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Badger

Thanks Eric

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