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This way administrative tools can be kept separate from the public side of the site (in "default"). I've corrected the above example too. Zitieren coarsy MitgliedKommentare: 245 22. Thanks Merlin! -G Log in or register to post comments Comment #4 geraldmelendez CreditAttribution: geraldmelendez commented October 18, 2013 at 7:38pm Status: Active » Closed (won't fix) Also, check your APC

Thanks, Paul Rob... Owner krakjoe commented Nov 8, 2012 Ok, I'll look into it ... Updated to note that 1.9 comes with its own BaseUrl view helper. ffpete @ffpete 4 months ago Fixed.

Worked like a Michael B. The 7.x is running the latest views version available via drush. I re-download and installed but get the same error: Parse error: parse error, expecting `'{" in /usr/local/ZendFrameworkCli/library/Zend/Tool/Framework/Client/Console.php on line 63 Must be my Mac as I don't see that anyone else I have had terrible problems for a long period of time and as the problem has come and gone it has been a hassel to figure out what it was about.

Thanks to many people who reported them. 1.6.3 (05/Aug/2009) Fixed typos and tested with 1.9.0. Janab says: 8 July 2009 at 6:48 am hi Rob, Thanks for you fine tutorial. Do you still intends to update your tutorial? is empty… Can you please help?

I get the following error. says: 12 June 2009 at 1:50 pm Joe, Zend_Db_Table_Abstract is better choice. sriraj says: 10 July 2009 at 6:34 am Rob I am getting this error in error log . Regards, Rob… GrapeApe says: 13 May 2009 at 12:42 pm Thanks for the great tutorial!

I tried to initialize Zend_Layout in Bootstrap as you have shown. You can download the update from your woothemes account manually if you want to do it that way. In my case Drupal was getting stuck trying to write a file to the /tmp directory and for some reason would include views.inc again. August Mitglied seit: Januar 2015 Es hat sich was getan.

I'm very new in ZendFramework and I have this problem I dont know what should configure for work with Zend_Db_Table_Abstract because if I create my class in this way : class says: 30 July 2009 at 6:54 am Erdal, You should install the DOM extension for PHP. Also, the Quick Start is worth reading. Every thing works perfectly.

Répondre avec citation 0 0 12/10/2007,14h54 #7 yveslens Membre du Club Inscrit enaoût 2005Messages106Détails du profilInformations forums :Inscription : août 2005Messages : 106Points : 64Points64 Merci je vais reprendre mon Thanks. No problems. But I can't get it work when I'm trying to create actions.

Es handelt sich um einen Bug im OPCache. To fix it, run phpinfo() and check to make sure that your "include_path" is pointing to the correct directory. Browse other questions tagged zend-framework or ask your own question. The error message I get is: Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in ~/zf-tutorial/application/views/scripts/index/index.phtml on line 9 ~/index.phtml: 8 9 albums as $album) : ?> 10 11 escape($album->title);?> 12 escape($album->artist);?> 13

Rob… Rob... Pingback: Basic Database + zend framework « Zframework's Blog Joe Devon says: 9 June 2009 at 4:01 am Rob, I see you're using public function() in the Bootstrap, but the quickstart It turns out if you add this line to your application.ini file (if you only connect to one database as most probably do): resources.db.isDefaultTableAdapter = true then in your model you Produkte Neuheiten Tour Versionen & Preise Community Edition Professional Edition Professional Plus Edition Enterprise Edition Connect Neu Premium Plugins Kunden Highlights Showcase Marken Case Studies Store Ressourcen Support Übersicht Subscriptions Dokumentation

I manually clear the cache in Xcache admin and then reload the pages again and this time it is working fine. ramco says: 12 May 2009 at 8:37 pm Hi I have an error my ini file looks like resources.db.adapter = Pdo_Oci resources.db.params.host = localhost resources.db.params.username = dd resources.db.params.password = dd resources.db.params.dbname What should I do? says: 17 June 2009 at 3:09 pm This is the best tutorial which i could found on the web!

Thank you so much! But buying a book may help you. However, the most significant thing that breaks is Zend_Loader which is trivially fixed and now noted at the top of the errata. Ashley Broadley says: 25 May 2009 at 7:46 pm Petar, You would need to setup a virtual host within apache (don't know if you are using apache).

I'm in that zone right now using IIS5.1 and IIRF to do the URL rewrites, but will it work? I need to deploy this app across multiple systems soon but can't just tell their admins to restart the whole server whenever this bug occurs. :( zend-framework share|improve this question asked Jb says: 26 July 2009 at 9:04 am Hi Rob, Thanks so much for the tutorial. Not the answer you're looking for?

I prefer to use JSON as the exchange data between the client and the serverside, so most of the html-generation will reside on the server. Also verify that any includes use absolute, not relative, paths. On contrary on Ubuntu Zend_Tool created a lot of bootstraping and a default module, all different again from what is used in the tutorial. Looking forward to it! :) Rob...

It wasn't. will it f…. Djackg commented Nov 8, 2012 #!/usr/local/php-5.4.4/bin/php

Untersuchen mit Firebug und Konsorten bringt da leider nicht besonders viel. And are we still stuck with those stupid ordering numbers? Rob... Two thumbs up!

Log in or register to post comments Comment #26 develCuy CreditAttribution: develCuy at Dilygent commented September 21, 2015 at 8:09pm Issue summary: View changes Log in or register to post comments leave it as 0 (default) until you're told by XCache dev xcache.coredump_type = 0 ; disable cache after crash xcache.disable_on_crash = Off ; enable experimental documented features for each release if Though the problem is less than before - at least apparently the site seems working except not updating and clearing caches and not doing cron jobs etc... Thanks!

Rafael Izidoro says: 10 August 2009 at 2:01 pm I solved the problem with baseUrl(). Rob... Looking forward to an updated version of your Zend_Auth tutorial ;-) Rob...