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Error using SA2

Thread began 9/29/2011 1:54 pm by sales297955 | Last modified 9/29/2011 5:24 pm by Jason Byrnes | 818 views | 3 replies |

sales297955

Error using SA2

I am getting the following error message when accessing the forgotpassword.php link:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function WA_SecurityAssist_Definition() in /home/biosampe/public_html/forgotpassword.php on line 140

This is the code on line 140:

$WA_MailObject = WA_SecurityAssist_Definition("removed.server.name","25","","","","");

As with other users, I ran into error after error when trying to use SA2 and I needed to adjust the pre-generated code to correct them. Saying no coding experience is needed is simply not true with this product.

Please assist. Thank you

Brian
EMWD.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please send a copy of the forgotpassword.php page so i can see the entire page code in context.

also, what version of security assist are you using? Make sure you have installed the 2.0.3 version that is available from the download center.

if you have a previous version, make sure to uninstall it before installing the newer version.

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sales297955

I am using the version 2.0.3 having purchased it today.

My file is attached. Your forum permissions are very annoying. I had to zip up one file because it exceeded your file size limit for txt files.

Brian
EMWD.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the WA_SecurityAssist_Definition function is defined in the webassist/security_assist/mail_php.php file, make sure that file is uploaded to the remote server.

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