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Intermittent MySqli 404 error

Thread began 8/21/2014 12:56 pm by The Flying Fox | Last modified 8/22/2014 9:04 am by Jason Byrnes | 951 views | 11 replies |

The Flying Fox

Intermittent MySqli 404 error

Hello,

When I try to create a MySQLi recordset I get an intermittent 404 error message pop up. saying the usual 'file not found bla di bla'.

If I close Dreamwaever, this goes away when I open the file again.

Also when I can successfully create a recordset and try to test it, I get the same error popping up.

If I have a created recordset and go to the query builder to change things to suit, it fails to load any tables.

If I do manage to get through the proccess of the query builder and go to my bindings panel this then throws a 404 eror.

I have checked all the server side settings and checked the server for the _mmserverScripts and I have even deleted all the files and reloaded.

This wasn't a problem 'on a occasional 404 error' but it seems to be re occurring on a regular basis and becoming frustrating

I have recently updated to the latest version

Thanks

Andy

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

try removeiing the connection scripts to have them recreated.

Site -> Advanced -> Remove Connection Scripts

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The Flying Fox

Hi Jason,

Tried results still the same

Andy

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a screen shot of the error please.

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The Flying Fox

Hi Jason,

two screenshots which don't ring true.

Taken 20 mins apart, but both state the exact same thing

Andy

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The first one cuts some of the error off, can you copy the text in the alert and past it to your message.

also, if you open the files and set it to view the testing server, does it show the files in the site root, or do you need to go into a sub folder to see the site files?

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The Flying Fox

Hi Jason,

As per image attached the file is in a folder inside a plugin folder which is in the root directory

Andy

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

see PM

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The Flying Fox

See pm

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Hmmmm, that all seams to be in order, let me check with ray, I Will get back to you when I have more info

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