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Thread: a few errors after upgrade to 2.05 and something missing?

  1. #1
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    Default a few errors after upgrade to 2.05 and something missing?

    Hi all,

    After upgrade to the 2.05, i see following errors at after login as admin.

    Notice: Undefined index: number_of_agents in /data/local/home/belgavas/belgavastgoed.be/open-realty204/include/admin.inc.php on line 512

    Notice: Undefined index: number_of_members in /data/local/home/belgavas/belgavastgoed.be/open-realty204/include/admin.inc.php on line 518

    Missing something?
    added a member, saved a listing , works ok.
    But d'ont see a button or link to remove a saved listing or search again


    Greetz

    Ray

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    both of those error messages are referring to language variables in your lang file. Make sure you have uploaded the lates english lang file. If you are using a different lang file then you will have to add the new variables to that lang file.
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    yes i used the 2.04 files, because i had made a few translations in the file

    uploaded the 2.05 file and it's ok now, thanks

    still miss the delete button

    greetz

    ray

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    Default Re: a few errors after upgrade to 2.05 and something missing?

    I had a similar error during upgrade from 1.14 to 2.04 to 2.07

    Notice: Undefined index: in /home/rmartin/public_html/properties/include/template_editor.inc.php on line 1510
    Line 1510
    says
    $display .= '<option value="'.$display_on_browse.'" selected="selected">'.$lang[strtolower($display_on_browse)].'</option>';
    $display .= '<option value="No">-----</option>';
    $display .= '<option value="No">'.$lang['no'].'</option>';
    $display .= '<option value="Yes" >'.$lang['yes'].'</option>';
    $display .= '</select>';

    It turned out that somehow the display_on_browse column? in the listingsformelements table was not populated at some point. Listing features that did not have this information gave this error on the search page and on the /admin/index.php?action=edit_listing_template page.

    Saving an entry in the "Display On Search Result Page"
    fixed the problem

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