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New problem with MySQLi

Thread began 2/16/2015 5:35 pm by malcolm230194 | Last modified 2/17/2015 12:29 pm by malcolm230194 | 585 views | 2 replies |

malcolm230194

New problem with MySQLi

While updating checkout to MySQLi I reached a point where I couldn't apply a server behavoiur without the following message.

'While executing applyServerBehaviour in MySQLiRecordset.htm, a Javascript error occurred.'

I've tracked down the source of the problem but need a solution. After wasting several days I've isolated it to eCart.

There's no problem working with MySQLi until eCart behaviours are added to save an order. After that any attempt to edit a MySQLi behaviour brings the following error.

From then on the page is a writeoff. This means there is no chance to change anything or correct even a typo in a recordset name without recreating the enitre page


Please look into this as soon as possible.

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hi, When did you download and install eCart. I am aware that there is a newer version of eCart that was uploaded recently..however it kept the same revision number then the previous. it was more of a hotfix. but always worth trying that. Also have you tried deleting the file WinFileCache-########.dat file this file is located at: (for example on my own machine)...

C:\Users\Christopher West\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC 2014.1\en_US\Configuration
(make you you have selected show all hidden files and folders from control panel if your're using a Windows platform)

Regards
Chris

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malcolm230194

MySQLi problem

Yes I deleted and reinstalled both extensions and deleted the cache file.

I now have a working page after starting again and making the eCart server behaviours the last to be added. There is however another problem that I couldn't get round.

I allow users to return from the confirm page to the checkout address page in case they need to correct a mistake in address entry. This return resets the $_SESSION['OrderID'] to 7 on return to the confirm page every time meaning that the checkout success page always points to an invalid record. I got round this by using a different session variable to store an order number to access the record but there is something strange happening with eCart on my system.

Does this make any sense?

Regards
Malcolm

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