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Casing error in links in PS4

Thread began 11/24/2010 1:43 pm by msummers194171 | Last modified 12/02/2010 10:32 am by Jason Byrnes | 2559 views | 9 replies |

msummers194171

Casing error in links in PS4

I am looking at the admin dashboard for a site recently put up with some products loaded (the site is not published yet). In this case, the same product is shown for both the Featured Product and the Most Popular product. The "Learn more" link for the featured product is all lower case, e.g., "path/products_detail.php?ProductID=2", while the same link for the Most Popular product (the same product) is pseudo-camelcase, e.g., "path/Products_Detail.php?ProductID=2". This breaks when the site is hosted on a *nix server, since the former link is the correct casing for the filename of products_detail.php.

I also see this casing issue on the actual public home page!

Just so you'll know....

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Dani Chankhour

Thanks. We have fixed all the casing issues in the latest dot release of PowerStore which is PowerStore 4.0.1.

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msummers194171

I had already updated this site to 4.01 prior to creating these pages.

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msummers194171

I performed the update according to the instructions from the WA site. Since these errors (all? some? many?) are contained in files drawn from the "webassist" folder, and since that folder is only written on installing the product, I am wondering if I need to go through a new installation process completely?

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msummers194171

Any focus on this issue now?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

step 5 and 6 of the update process have you copy the install/webassist/plugins folder to webassist/plugins:


5 When the upload is complete, locate the install/webassist/plugins folder.
6 Then, using the same method as before, overwrite the files within the webassist/plugins directory with the files found in install/webassist/plugins.

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msummers194171

Well, I'm pretty sure I did that. But I'll take your word for it.

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msummers194171

Is there some definitive test I can do to verify the version of PS that is running on the server? When I log in as admin, I don't see any way to verify the product version.

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msummers194171

I had not copied the Plugins properly. Apologies....

It's working now.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

glad to hear it is working.

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