On Jan 12, 6:03 pm, javier0051 <javier.ange...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thank you all for answering. I really appreciate it.
> My main business is hosting but I also do PHP coding but never did
> anything with cake.
> As I saw the error, as Ryan stated, it's obvious that there's
> something wrong with that sql query. The weird thing is that the site
> worked well on other box with same PHP version, same OS, same MySql
> version and same folder layout, and I'm still lost on which files make
> changes or look for the issue to correct it...
The ones mentioned in the error message (and in replies to this
> any suggestions on this? I'll read the tute
By now I assume you've done this - it will have been the most valuable
15 minutes of your cake experience :)
> but it'd be great if you
> guys can hand me a clue on what file(s) to change...
The error is in the application - look at the stack trace. You are not
looking at a setup problem or afaics anything related to changing
servers - it's an error in the way <whomever> wrote the menus
>From what you've said I would say it's not your responsibility to fix
it - unless they're paying you to do so. Changing from one functional
server to another functional server doesn't magically introduce bugs
of this kind. The fact that it worked before and doesn't act the same
now means nothing in and of itself IMO - how do you know the bit of
code generating the error was even executed on the old server - e.g.
the old install might be relying on the existence of a cache file
which you've (rightly) deleted when moving servers.
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