[ic] Can't delete items from construct demo store (Can't call method "open_table")

Mike Heins mikeh@minivend.com
Wed, 4 Oct 2000 07:37:58 -0400

Quoting Lang Zerner (lang@studio32.com):
> (Sorry for the long subject line, but I wanted to make it easier for others
> with the same problem to find this message, since there's no way to search
> the text of messages in the archive.)
> I've installed Interchange 4.5.6 after applying the fix for the "cannot open
> minivend.cfg.dist.bak" error (see my previous message).  Created the
> construct demo catalog with makecat, using MySQL with all the default values
> in makecat (table=test_construct, user and password null, etc.).
> Everything seems to work OK when I list items in the admin interface, and I
> can edit them as well.  However, when I try to delete one of the items, I
> get the following error in my browser:
> --- begin browser message---
> Internal Server Error
> The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable
> to complete your request.
> Please contact the server administrator, webmaster@studio32.com and inform
> them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that
> may have caused the error.
> More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
> --- end browser error---
> The Interchange error log reports:
> [04/October/2000:05:28:34 -0600] construct
> /cgi-bin/construct/admin/item_edit.html Runtime error: Can't call method
> "open_table" on an undefined value at
> /usr/home/studio32/interchange/lib/Vend/Data.pm line 799.
> Is it just my installation?  Can anybody else duplicate this behavior?  What
> needs to happen to fix it?

Both of these problems have been previously reported on the list and fixed
in CVS. If you don't want to use CVS to get the latest, then you can wait
for 4.5.7 beta which will be in a couple of days.

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