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I am getting the following error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function virtual() where the call is to <?php virtual('Connections/siteaccess.php'); ?>

Thread began 5/02/2014 5:53 am by BGro29552166 | Last modified 6/02/2014 2:31 pm by Jason Byrnes | 524 views | 3 replies |

BGro29552166

I am getting the following error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function virtual() where the call is to <?php virtual('Connections/siteaccess.php'); ?>

Trying to add user login but this fails with any database access from any of the security/data assist templates

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

change:

php:
<?php virtual("/Connections/siteaccess.php"); ?>




to:

php:
<?php require_once("Connections/siteaccess.php"); ?>




Dreamweaver is using the "virtual" syntax because in your Site Definition, the "Create Links Relative To:" option is set to Site. If you change that to "Document" instead, Dreamweaver will use the "require_once"syntax.

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Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

Same error here, solution did not work

Warning: require_once(/Connections/Paver.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in path on line 1

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/Connections/Paver.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in path on line 1

What is up with virtual vs. require once? Neither of which are working for me....

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

looks like you left the trailing / in the require once function.

Require once uses a relative path, so if the file the require once function is on and the connections folder are at the sam level, this should work:

require_once("Connections/NesbitPaver.php");


if they are not at the same level, you may need to adjust the path:

require_once("../Connections/NesbitPaver.php");


Dreamweaver is using the "virtual" syntax because in your Site Definition, the "Create Links Relative To:" option is set to Site. If you change that to "Document" instead, Dreamweaver will use the "require_once"syntax.

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