Have you solved this already?
If not, when you copied the code between machines was there some effort to
ensure that the 'copy' points to the RDBMS/tbls on the same box/different
box - or does the original box have code that points to tbls on itself, and
the second box have code that runs on 'it' but (still) points to tbls on the
first box (not on itself)?
PS what's the difference between "production" and "live"?
(in my jargon they are synonyms)
> I have set-up a production server and a live server. The problem is with
> the production server. I am using PHP version 4.2.3 and MySQL 3.23.39 on
> both servers. We have just configured the production server to mimick
> the live server (which incidentally works fine) and the code from both
> servers is identical. I dumped all the data into the production MySQL
> database then copied the code from the live server to our production one
> and there didn't seem to be any problems. However today my boss asked
> for a new category to go into our webshop with a new product. I went
> into MySQL and updated the database fine then when I went to check the
> section of the site to see if the extra category and product are there I
> get my own PHP encoded error 'No categories currently available'. It
> fails on the first function:
> function display_categories($cat_array)
> //display all categories in the array passed in
> if (!is_array($cat_array))
> echo "<br>No categories currently available.<br>";
> //create table
> echo "<table width = \"760\" border='0'
> Now it works superbly on my live server and did work fine until I tried
> adding another field to the database on the production server. Where
> should I start looking to de-bug this?
> Steve Jackson
> Web Developer
> Viola Systems Ltd.
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