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Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class WA_AltClassIterator

Thread began 4/17/2022 11:27 am by Patrice | Last modified 4/25/2022 10:44 am by Ray Borduin | 548 views | 19 replies |

PatriceWebAssist

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class WA_AltClassIterator

A project worked on a year ago: Client wants to change a component. My attempts for using framework builder is resulting the WA_AltClassIterator error.
See PM for links please.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Since you are including multiple results on the same page you just need to wrap the class definitions referenced in the error with:

if (!class_exists('WA_AltClassIterator')) {
//class definition here
}

I updated your page and it opens now.

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PatriceWebAssist

THANK YOU!

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PatriceWebAssist

Sorry... I messed it up. I downloaded the page I thought you changed... familiesTEST, then made changes on pdf_results.php page so I could link to the pdf.

So what you referenced above, what pages was it on? the pdf_results.php page or the family page? Sorry.

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PatriceWebAssist

So, if I am guessing right, on pdfs_results.php this code

<?php
//WA AltClass Iterator
class WA_AltClassIterator {
var $DisplayIndex;
var $DisplayArray;

function __construct($theDisplayArray = array(1)) {
$this->ClassCounter = 0;
$this->ClassArray = $theDisplayArray;
}

function getClass($incrementClass) {
if (sizeof($this->ClassArray) == 0) return "";
if ($incrementClass) {
if ($this->ClassCounter >= sizeof($this->ClassArray)) $this->ClassCounter = 0;
$this->ClassCounter++;
}
if ($this->ClassCounter > 0)
return $this->ClassArray[$this->ClassCounter-1];
else
return $this->ClassArray[0];
}
}
?>

should become this??



<?php
//WA AltClass Iterator
if (!class_exists('WA_AltClassIterator')) {
var $DisplayIndex;
var $DisplayArray;

function __construct($theDisplayArray = array(1)) {
$this->ClassCounter = 0;
$this->ClassArray = $theDisplayArray;
}

function getClass($incrementClass) {
if (sizeof($this->ClassArray) == 0) return "";
if ($incrementClass) {
if ($this->ClassCounter >= sizeof($this->ClassArray)) $this->ClassCounter = 0;
$this->ClassCounter++;
}
if ($this->ClassCounter > 0)
return $this->ClassArray[$this->ClassCounter-1];
else
return $this->ClassArray[0];
}
}
?>

but when trying that red errors are highlighted...

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This:

php:
<?php

//WA AltClass Iterator
class WA_AltClassIterator {
var 
$DisplayIndex;
var 
$DisplayArray;

function 
__construct($theDisplayArray = array(1)) {
$this->ClassCounter 0;
$this->ClassArray $theDisplayArray;
}

function 
getClass($incrementClass) {
if (
sizeof($this->ClassArray) == 0) return "";
if (
$incrementClass) {
if (
$this->ClassCounter >= sizeof($this->ClassArray)) $this->ClassCounter 0;
$this->ClassCounter++;
}
if (
$this->ClassCounter 0)
return 
$this->ClassArray[$this->ClassCounter-1];
else
return 
$this->ClassArray[0];
}
}
?>


becomes:

php:
<?php

if (!class_exists('WA_AltClassIterator')) {
?>
<?php
//WA AltClass Iterator
class WA_AltClassIterator {
var 
$DisplayIndex;
var 
$DisplayArray;

function 
__construct($theDisplayArray = array(1)) {
$this->ClassCounter 0;
$this->ClassArray $theDisplayArray;
}

function 
getClass($incrementClass) {
if (
sizeof($this->ClassArray) == 0) return "";
if (
$incrementClass) {
if (
$this->ClassCounter >= sizeof($this->ClassArray)) $this->ClassCounter 0;
$this->ClassCounter++;
}
if (
$this->ClassCounter 0)
return 
$this->ClassArray[$this->ClassCounter-1];
else
return 
$this->ClassArray[0];
}
}
?>
<?php
}
?>
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PatriceWebAssist

Thank you that worked.

Now I have another issue though. PM

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Give me a call tomorrow and we can look at it. I'll have to dig in the code so I think it is easiest to do in a screen sharing session.

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PatriceWebAssist

OK... what time is best for you? I am on EST.

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PatriceWebAssist

PM

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