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I just upgraded PHP to version 5.4 and now I'm getting Warning: explode() [function.explode]: Empty delimiter in...

Thread began 2/04/2015 2:25 pm by markhaynes75235 | Last modified 11/10/2015 10:17 pm by Ray Borduin | 415 views | 2 replies |

markhaynes75235

I just upgraded PHP to version 5.4 and now I'm getting Warning: explode() [function.explode]: Empty delimiter in...

I have an email sign-up page that uses DataAssist 1.2.1 code to insert the data into the database. Worked fine in PHP 5.3 but when I migrated my site to 5.4 I got the error:

Warning: explode() [function.explode]: Empty delimiter in <path to file>.php on line ##

As always your help is appreciated.

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markhaynes75235

I just upgraded PHP to version 5.4 and now I'm getting Warning: explode() [function.explode]: Empty delimiter in...

I uploaded the updated webassist/database_management/wa_appbuilder_php.php and that fixed the error. Hope this helps others on the forum.

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Roland Rogers

Or check this

Or be sure this line:

<?php require_once("/webassist/database_management/wa_appbuilder_php.php"); ?>

is above the // WA DataAssist Update block of code.

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