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Hello friends, I have a problem with OJS here and I'm not sure solve. If you can help I am immensely grateful.
I was having problems as the variable "session_is_registered" that was interrupted by PHP and could not access the system because of an error with it. I had upgraded from PHP 5.3 to 5.4.
I made the changes suggested here on the forum, comment out the line that contains a call to the function in the file Session.inc.php and it worked, but not everything.
The page view "(page User) Managing Editor -> (settings and tools) configuration" simply does not open anything. It is blank and shows nothing.
I can not see anything in error logs, both apache and php.
Does anyone have a tip or idea of what can be?
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Were you able to figure out how to resolve this issue. We've also recently upgraded to PHP 5.4.4 and applied the "session_is_registered" as per bugfix: http://pkp.sfu.ca/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=7544
Our problem is that the User Home > Journal Manager > Setup page is blank, and I cannot get the site to show an error on screen or in the logfiles.
Running OJS 126.96.36.199, any help will be appreciated!
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You're likely running into a class name conflict; older releases of OJS included a Locale class, which is also provided in newer PHP distributions. Try upgrading to a new release.
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