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Moving Broke It

Thread began 6/25/2010 11:37 am by paul397433 | Last modified 6/28/2010 6:47 pm by Jimmy Wu | 600 views | 3 replies |

paul397433

Moving Broke It

For reasons of the way 1&1 configures their websites, I have moved my PS3 site directory down one level from the root directory \. to \subdirectory.

Now when I change content using the edit content function the following errors appear above the new content being displayed:

Warning: include_once(/homepages/44/d314764825/htdocs/WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /homepages/44/d314764825/htdocs/WA_CMS/addtosite.php on line 7

Warning: include_once() [function.include]: Failed opening '/homepages/44/d314764825/htdocs/WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php5') in /homepages/44/d314764825/htdocs/WA_CMS/addtosite.php on line 7

The content itself displays properly -- its just the error text displaying above the content.


see: SattoPhilip.php

I have no idea how to remedy this and I hope you will please help.

In passing let me say that I couldn't be happier with PS3. The VALUE you offer with this product is sensational.

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Jimmy Wu

If you look in your htdocs directory, is there a WA_CMS directory with the WA_CMS.php file in it? If there is, change line 7 in that to look like this and give it a try:
include_once('WA_CMS.php');

I would recommend uploading fresh files and running through the install wizard to get all the database settings and paths set up correctly if that doesn't work.

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paul397433

All is well and thank you

Thanks, Jimmy. I tried your suggestion but that had no impact.

The good news is that I figured out another way around which is to essentailly recreate the pages as they are situated in the new directory structure.

The code that is generated by the edit content function in the admin tool -- that gets pasted into the <body> of the page -- was made anew and put in place. This code includes the correct include path string to find the page within my new directory structure.

Anyway, thanks again for your looking at this. BTW, the site seems to be functioning at 100% since my move.

If I were to recreate the site anew -- how does my existing content get moved over. I'll leave that for another day.

Cheeers

Paul

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Jimmy Wu

Great to hear you were able to get everything working. If you made a new site, you would want to backup the current database that stores the information and import the backup again. The information for the products, users and content are all stored in the database, so that's how you would back up everything.

If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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