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Google ProMaps - Does not work with PHP7.1

Thread began 1/29/2018 2:13 pm by Steve | Last modified 1/29/2018 8:04 pm by Ray Borduin | 72 views | 9 replies |

Steve

Google ProMaps - Does not work with PHP7.1

FYI Google ProMaps does not work with PHP 7.1

Had to move a site back to PHP 5.6 which does work but would prefer to use 7.1 since the rest of the site works fine with the new PHP version.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The code should be all javascript, so I can't imagine why it wouldn't work in php7. If you could give me a sample I could take a look and debug it.

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Steve

Some screen shots that show this condition...

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I get a url and FTP access to a non-working page? I don't think it is related to the php version, but I'd need to debug to find the cause.

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Steve

FTP Credentials created

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That page appears to be working. Do you have a link to a page that doesn't work that I can debug?

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Steve

That's a tough one Ray as I need change the Mapping to PHP 7.2 which will cause the current page to also fail. I'll do so now and hope no one notices. Just let me know when we are clear to move back.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is a strange issue where it isn't finding the file when referenced with an absolute path.

This wouldn't work:
<?php require_once("/webassist/google_javascript/wagmp_map_1.php"); ?>

but this does:
<?php require_once("webassist/google_javascript/wagmp_map_1.php"); ?>

I'm not sure why the absolute path works in other php versions but not this one.

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Steve

Yes, it's a new condition I have found since moving to Windows Server 2016 from WS 2012. I've needed to have that trailing slash which could be required due to creating Friendly URLs.

What's odd is that I needed to add the leading slash to peg the file location to the root directory. In the case your referencing, it's only working when that is NOT the case. Very odd.

Thanks for taking the time to look at this Ray.

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Steve

Ray,
I found other pages in the same site that had issues related to root leve path references. I've found this is not needed in PHP 7.* even though it was needed in 5.6. Very odd but nice to know what was causing problems.

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