Error: "Warning: extract(): First argument should be an array in..." and "file has been modified outside of t...
wrafter - 11/5/2004 at 04:40 PM
Hello there, I got the following error message when attempting to "Update URL" when entering URL, Target, Title in the Redirect To Custom
Can you advise what might be causing it and how I rectify it?
Warning: extract(): First argument should be an array in /hsphere/local/home/name/domain.com/calendar/cl_files/index.php on line 241
file has been modified outside of this control panel.
Do you want to save it nevertheless?
Then there's a YES and NO option. Clicking either, or both of them, gets me nowhere.
wrafter - 11/9/2004 at 03:16 AM
I realise these may not be support forums, but if they were moderated it would likely lead to greater revenue generation for you.
As it stands I'm willing to pay some $$$$s for this little application, but if I can't get it functioning correctly, then obviously
I'll dump it and there'll be no monies forthcoming.
Just a suggestion guys...
Bak - 1/4/2005 at 01:15 AM
I have exactly the same trouble, and the same message :-((
Does anybody know what to do ??
Thx for your answer
kvv - 1/10/2005 at 02:03 PM
If you modified this file outside of control panel it most probably lost its "array structure" so can't be exracted as array.
dante - 1/10/2005 at 05:52 PM
In my case, after I changed the if statement in line 240 as follows, the warning stopped;
BFG - 1/10/2005 at 08:07 PM
Yes - same here. I made 4 posts and now they're all a week old with no reponse.
The product site says:
What if I have difficulties using the product?
We've created tons of support materials to help you with the component, so should any questions arise the answers are ready:
* online documentation - contains product information and specifications for all configuration files
* demonstration - preset configurations to use as starting point
* support forum - the source with the answers to frequently asked questions
* free setup support - real person, highly qualified developer will be assigned to support you if any help needed
See product page for the full list of support materials availalbe.
--- But I haven't found any of these useful.
Guess I have wasted 6 hours of my life getting it to run. :(
carlaron - 1/20/2005 at 05:22 AM
When I change that, the error does not happen, but it also does not enter the URL link for the date either, so that's pretty useless...
AlcideBurato - 2/6/2008 at 04:18 PM
Hi, it's a warning message should be disabled putting a "@" caracter in front of the extract() instruction.
I mean something like this:
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