Help still needed.
I just went back to the code and looked. Making $ItemNum does not make a
difference. And the object which is passed to it is part of the class
which is global anyway.
Paul Dionne wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have a class in my script which has information on specific tables such
> as standard queries, tablenames, Index field...
> Then there is a function called StandardDropDown($ItemNum, $Name) which
> gets the info from the appropriate table you want and displays a dropdown
> menu based on the table.
> $ItemNum referrs to the table I want to output, $Name is what I want to
> call the dropdown in the HTML output.
> When I call the function directly from a page it works great.
> When I call it from another function I get an error:
> Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in
> /var/www/html/COMESA/theme/functions.inc on line 61
> This is line 61: $TableName= $ItemNum->get_TableName();
> As I said, I only get this error when I call from a function, not if I
> directly from a page. I don't see why that should make any difference
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