[ic] Upgrade to latest CVS and on catalog is getting a problem...
racke at linuxia.de
Tue Aug 29 15:32:57 EDT 2006
Boyd Lynn Gerber wrote:
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> I just upgraded from 5.4.1 to the latest CVS and I am seeing a issue when
> starting interchange. Everything worked just fine for a day, then late
> last night I got this on a restart.
> Sending debug messages to debug.log.
> Low traffic settings.
> Calling UI......UI is loaded...
> Interchange V5.5.0
> Running with new signals, external programs could be unreliable.
> Configuring catalog americasindust...Using MySQL,
> DSN=dbi:mysql:americasindust...Database products scalar parameter KEY
> redefined to 'sku', was sku.
> Database products scalar parameter HIDE_FIELD redefined to 'inactive', was
> Configuring catalog bus...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:bus...done.
> Configuring catalog can...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:can...done.
> Configuring catalog mat...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:mat...done.
> Configuring catalog rat...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:rat...done.
> Configuring catalog standard...Using MySQL,
> Configuring catalog usindust...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:usindust...done.
> Interchange server started in UNIX mode(s) (process id 25113)
> This happened after a interchange sever restart. I then shutdown the
> machine and rebooted. I still get the error. I have droped the products
> table and used a blank one... (That is one without any items just the
> titles from the standard demo from the CVS and it still complains.) I am
> not sure how to stop this message from being reported. The catalog seems
> to work just fine but I really want to stop getting this error. Any
> ideas? I also backuped my Database and tried to start from a blank
> standard demo and the error persists. I created a new catalog and I do
> not get the error with it. Any ideas on what triggered the error. The
> logs do not show any error.
You have defined the KEY/HIDE_FIELD parameters twice in your catalog.
Both values are identical, so there is no error. Presumably grep will
reveal the location of the definitions.
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