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"Connections" issue on upload

Thread began 5/03/2010 2:15 pm by kdavid379212 | Last modified 5/04/2010 3:19 pm by Jason Byrnes | 724 views | 5 replies |

kdavid379212

"Connections" issue on upload

Hello,

I was attempting to use Universal Email 4 on a client and it keeps failing on me. After creating a simple email script, I attempt to upload by pressing F12 and am presented with an error stating that the Connections cannot be uploaded. I manually uploaded all accociated files and the page comes up, but fails to send out an email and returns a black page once the submit button is pressed.

I've uploaded all relevant files in hopes that you can figure this one out.

Thanks,
Kent

Attached Files
100503dm-log.txt
mail_php.php.txt
mailformatting_php.php.txt
reportissue.php.txt
waue_reportissue_1.php.txt
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm assuming ***.php is not the real name of the connection file, right?


the error:
Connections\***.php - same - not transferred

only means that the version on the server and the local version are the same, so it doesnt need to be uploaded.


when a page is displaying blank, it means a php error has occured, add the following code to line 1 of your page to turn error reporting on:

php:
<?php

error_reporting
(E_ALL);
ini('display_errors','on');
?>




report back the text of error so we can investigate the cause.


To send PHP files with your post, please compress them into a zip archive and attach the zip file.

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kdavid379212

Had to do a little workaround to get the errors to show up. I've attached the two files I used to get the following error message:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: session_commit() in /home/testserver/public_html/100504mailtest.php on line 54

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PHP_Email.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ok, change line 54:
session_commit();

to:
session_write_close();

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kdavid379212

I had to change the 8 or so instances of this in this file and the mail_php.php, but it works now. Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

great glad to hear it is working.

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