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Error after upgrading Site Sculpter with Power CMS 2.10

Thread began 2/18/2011 5:21 pm by Larry | Last modified 3/02/2011 11:50 am by Jason Byrnes | 2364 views | 13 replies |

Larry

Error after upgrading Site Sculpter with Power CMS 2.10

After upgrading Site Sculptors CMS to Power CMS 2.10, and following the the instructions here http://www.webassist.com/support/site-sculptor/how-tos/upgrading-ss-powercms.php, I now get the below errors and can go no further.

Warning: require_once(../webassist/framework/library.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\wamp\www\Test\admin_cms\index.php on line 2

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '../webassist/framework/library.php' (include_path='.;C:\php5\pear') in C:\wamp\www\Test\admin_cms\index.php on line 2

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

Larry

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the Power Cms Files, there isa a folder called "webassist" this folder needs to be copied to the site sculptor site root.

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StephenMartin

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  In the Power Cms Files, there isa a folder called "webassist" this folder needs to be copied to the site sculptor site root.  



I followed the instructions. Even uploaded the webassit file and got this error:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare rel2abs() (previously declared in /home/content/s/t/e/stephenmartin/html/willempat/webassist/framework/library.php:19) in /home/content/s/t/e/stephenmartin/html/willempat/WA_CMS/library.php on line 21

Do you know what's going on here?

Thanks

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Larry

I received the same error message after trying Jasons recommendation. I just decided to move on to working on something different for awhile.

But I would also be interested in the solution.

Larry

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StephenMartin

Originally Said By: Larry
  I received the same error message after trying Jasons recommendation. I just decided to move on to working on something different for awhile.

But I would also be interested in the solution.

Larry  


I was wondering if his solution worked for you. I've moved on as well. But I do hope someone will chime in with an answer. That would be great.

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Larry

Hi StephenMartin,

After trying Jason's suggestion about moving the "webassist" folder, I also then received the same fatal error as you

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare rel2abs() (previously declared in /home/content/s/t/e/stephenmartin/html/willempat/webassist/framework/library.php:19) in /home/content/s/t/e/stephenmartin/html/willempat/WA_CMS/library.php on line 21

I then just moved on, but I am also looking for a solution.

Larry

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

here is an updated copy of the library.php file that will correct the problem.

copy it to the webassist/framework/library.php and WA_CMS/library.php locations.

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library.php.zip
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StephenMartin

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  here is an updated copy of the library.php file that will correct the problem.

copy it to the webassist/framework/library.php and WA_CMS/library.php locations.  



Worked like a charm, Jason! Thanks so much for the promt reply and the help. Much appreciated!

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Larry

Thank you Jason,

This did seem to fix the problem. I would however like to point out that I did not have the "webassist/framework/library.php" location, but I did change the library.php in the "WA_CMS/library.php" location.

So, for now the site is not showing any errors and it seems to be working correctly.

Thank you

Larry

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StephenMartin

Originally Said By: Larry
  Thank you Jason,

I would however like to point out that I did not have the "webassist/framework/library.php" location, but I did change the library.php in the "WA_CMS/library.php" location.

Larry  


Same here.

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