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Got a question, hope someone can answer... Where can I get help for my iPage Virtual Dedicated Server? Many thanks for any response. Another question on my mind: I have tried to load the salemaker contribution & I thought I was all done, until I tried to go into the admin system to try to play around with it. If anyone has any guidance on where to direct me to fix these errors, please let me know!.

Thanks!..

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Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

If you go into catalog/admin/includes/filenames.php open up filenames.php..

And see if you have a few return carriages after the last ?> tag..

Delete them so there is no spaces..

See if that works...

Comment #2

- UPDATE -.

I've gone through every file twice and I've fixed all the extra lines at the bottom of the files & I'm still getting the same error. Anyone else got any suggestions?..

Comment #3

Do you happen to have an apostrophe on line 43 that does not have a back-slash in front of it? (i.e. What\'s new here?) (What's new here? < would cause a problem.)..

Comment #4

If I folow that string (I think that's what it's called), I come to the line 43 & it's the server_info line. I can't figure it out......

Comment #5

Can you post that part of filenames.php and about 5 lines above and below?..

Comment #6

You are looking at lines 37 to 49. Hope this helps!..

Comment #7

Whoops, you are missing a ; on line 34.

Define('FILENAME_SALEMAKER_INFO', 'salemaker_info.php').

 define('FILENAME_SERVER_INFO', 'server_info.php');.

To.

Define('FILENAME_SALEMAKER_INFO', 'salemaker_info.php');.

 define('FILENAME_SERVER_INFO', 'server_info.php');.

That should be it.....

Comment #8

Man, I hate how easy this is! I'll fix it & let you know!..

Comment #9

Yes, easy, but think about it this way....

How much did you learn for that simple fix?.

Now you can answer 5 of 10 questions newbies post......

Comment #10

WOOHOO!!!!.

Thank you so much nrlatsha! I am very grateful! Now I can start doing other contributions on my own.... ya right!.

Ok, now I tried to go in & activate the salemaker & I've discovered this error.....

Now I have no idea, but I'm guessing that is has something to do with the sql? but I'm just guessing......

Comment #11

Yup, did you run the sql code?.

Its just saying that table wasn't created or does not exist...

Comment #12

How do I "run" the sql code? I copied & pasted it in the phpmyadmin area & it said that it was created successfully, but I did nothing else. What else should I have done?..

Comment #13

Well you probably created a table "salemaker_sales" but this line of code is looking for "salmaker_sales" (note the spelling difference). First thing to check is your database_tables.php in admin and make sure you have:.

Define('TABLE_SALEMAKER_SALES', 'salemaker_sales'); (double check the spelling).

This post has been edited by.

Safoo.

: 17 May 2004, 03:26..

Comment #14

Thats probably a typo in the catalog/admin/includes/database_tables.php. Find that line and change it to salemaker..

Comment #15

Awesome... Apparently I had forgotten to spell! Everything is working perfectly now! WOOHOO for me & thanks for the help!..

Comment #16

You should be able to answer 90% of newbie posts now:.

1) installation errors/mistakes.

2) missing/incorrect define statements..

Comment #17

I have tried to load the salemaker contribution & I thought I was all done, until I tried to go into the admin system to try to play around with it. If anyone has any guidance on where to direct me to fix these errors, please let me know!.

Thanks!..

Comment #18

Xtra space at the end of the file filenames.php..

Delete all the lines after the last ?>..

Comment #19


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.