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Errors after "last step" of submission

Postby DavidRad » Wed Apr 04, 2007 8:26 am

The following errors printed to screen after completing final step in submission process:

Notice: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/author/form/submit/AuthorSubmitForm.inc.php on line 74

Warning: Missing argument 2 for geteditorsbysectionid() in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/journal/SectionEditorsDAO.inc.php on line 95

Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/author/form/submit/AuthorSubmitForm.inc.php on line 78

However, submission seemed to have taken the .pdf file as it is awaiting review. Could it have been the file type? In my case the articles are in .pdf format.

Thanks,

David
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Postby asmecher » Wed Apr 04, 2007 9:05 am

Hi David,

Try updating from CVS; those issues have been fixed. You'll find that this sort of thing happens on a regular basis, as you're working with an in-progress codebase when you use CVS HEAD.

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Postby DavidRad » Wed Apr 04, 2007 10:14 am

What would the proper use of the cvs update be, i.e. cvs update -r ojs2 ?

Thanks for your help!
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Postby asmecher » Wed Apr 04, 2007 10:25 am

Hi David,

Just change into your OJS installation directory and type "cvs update".

Regards,
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Error after CVS update

Postby DavidRad » Wed Apr 04, 2007 2:14 pm

When I try to submit I recieve this error:

Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/author/form/submit/AuthorSubmitForm.inc.php on line 79

Possible bug?

Thanks.
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Postby asmecher » Wed Apr 04, 2007 4:42 pm

Hi David,

Could you turn on the show_stacktrace option in config.inc.php and post the results?

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Here is some debug stuff...

Postby DavidRad » Thu Apr 05, 2007 5:18 am

Here is database stuff:

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(mysql): SELECT * FROM sessions WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id = '1'
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Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/lib/adodb/adodb.inc.php:377) in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/session/SessionManager.inc.php on line 56

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(mysql): UPDATE sessions SET user_id = '1', ip_address = '24.161.80.157', user_agent = 'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; SU 2.011; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)', created = '1175766706', last_used = 1175767201, remember = 0, data = 'userId|s:1:\"1\";username|s:5:\"admin\";CounterPlugin_UID|s:52:\"2007-04-05 05:52:00_74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65\";' WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM journals WHERE path = 'japa'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM site
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(mysql): SELECT setting_name, setting_value, setting_type FROM plugin_settings WHERE plugin_name = 'PhpAdsNewPlugin' AND journal_id = '1'
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(mysql): SELECT i.* FROM issues i WHERE journal_id = '1' AND current = 1
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(mysql): SELECT COUNT(*) FROM published_articles WHERE issue_id = '2'
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(mysql): SELECT COUNT(*) FROM roles WHERE journal_id = 1 AND user_id = 1 AND role_id = 65536
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(mysql): SELECT count(*), status FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON (s.section_id = a.section_id) LEFT JOIN copyed_assignments c on (a.article_id = c.article_id) WHERE a.journal_id = '1' AND a.user_id = '1' GROUP BY a.status
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM sections WHERE section_id = '4'
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(mysql): UPDATE articles SET user_id = '1', section_id = '4', title = 'MEDICATION AS OBJECT', title_alt1 = NULL, title_alt2 = NULL, abstract = '<font face=\"Humanst521BT\" size=\"2\"><p align=\"left\">People experience and treat medication as though it were a person: in other words, as an object. Among the many symbolic meanings attributed to medication, this sort of personification, or object representation, is a meaning that medication is uniquely positioned to contain and convey: imbued with intentionality and influence, medication moves beyond the sphere of static, iconic representation and enters the changeable, dynamic object world of action, aim, and agency. Unlike more generic or stereotypic meanings, object representations attributed to medication may reflect the patient&rsquo;s specific dynamics and object relations. These representations are many and mutable, and take on shifting and overlapping forms that evolve with the analytic process. Medication may represent a third person within the framework of an analytic treatment, expanding the analytic dyad into a triad and offering new transference paradigms to explore. The defensive displacement of transferential qualities and attitudes, or split-off parts thereof, from the analyst onto medication can serve as a powerful resistance to the awareness of the transference to the analyst. Clinical examples illustrate the utility and importance of the analysis of medication as object, for both patient and analyst, with particular attention to the transference.</p></font>', abstract_alt1 = NULL, abstract_alt2 = NULL, discipline = 'Pyschology', subject_class = NULL, subject = 'transference, defensive displacement, analytic dyad, analytic process', coverage_geo = NULL, coverage_chron = NULL, coverage_sample = NULL, type = NULL, language = 'en', sponsor = 'American Psychoanalytic Association', comments_to_ed = '', date_submitted = null, date_status_modified = '2007-04-05 06:00:01', last_modified = '2007-04-05 06:00:01', status = '1', submission_progress = 3, current_round = '1', submission_file_id = NULL, revised_file_id = NULL, review_file_id = NULL, editor_file_id = NULL, copyedit_file_id = NULL, pages = NULL WHERE article_id = '6'
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET first_name = 'Adele', middle_name = '', last_name = 'Tutter', affiliation = '', country = 'US', email = 'dave@whatsthebigidea.com', url = '', biography = 'Website design and graphic designer', primary_contact = 1, seq = '1' WHERE author_id = '8'
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(mysql): SELECT author_id FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET seq = 1 WHERE author_id = '8'
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Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/lib/adodb/adodb.inc.php:377) in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/core/Request.inc.php on line 33

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(mysql): UPDATE sessions SET user_id = '1', ip_address = '24.161.80.157', user_agent = 'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; SU 2.011; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)', created = '1175766706', last_used = 1175767201, remember = 0, data = 'userId|s:1:\"1\";username|s:5:\"admin\";CounterPlugin_UID|s:52:\"2007-04-05 05:52:00_74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65\";' WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'






Here is some more:

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(mysql): SELECT * FROM sessions WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id = '1'
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Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/lib/adodb/adodb.inc.php:377) in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/session/SessionManager.inc.php on line 56

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(mysql): UPDATE sessions SET user_id = '1', ip_address = '24.161.80.157', user_agent = 'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; SU 2.011; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)', created = '1175766706', last_used = 1175767701, remember = 0, data = 'userId|s:1:\"1\";username|s:5:\"admin\";CounterPlugin_UID|s:52:\"2007-04-05 05:52:00_74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65\";' WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM journals WHERE path = 'japa'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM site
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(mysql): SELECT setting_name, setting_value, setting_type FROM plugin_settings WHERE plugin_name = 'PhpAdsNewPlugin' AND journal_id = '1'
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(mysql): SELECT i.* FROM issues i WHERE journal_id = '1' AND current = 1
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(mysql): SELECT COUNT(*) FROM published_articles WHERE issue_id = '2'
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(mysql): SELECT COUNT(*) FROM roles WHERE journal_id = 1 AND user_id = 1 AND role_id = 65536
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(mysql): SELECT count(*), status FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON (s.section_id = a.section_id) LEFT JOIN copyed_assignments c on (a.article_id = c.article_id) WHERE a.journal_id = '1' AND a.user_id = '1' GROUP BY a.status
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(mysql): SELECT a.*, s.title AS section_title, s.title_alt1 AS section_title_alt1, s.title_alt2 AS section_title_alt2, s.abbrev AS section_abbrev, s.abbrev_alt1 AS section_abbrev_alt1, s.abbrev_alt2 AS section_abbrev_alt2 FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON s.section_id = a.section_id WHERE article_id = 6
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): UPDATE articles SET user_id = '1', section_id = '4', title = 'MEDICATION AS OBJECT', title_alt1 = NULL, title_alt2 = NULL, abstract = '<font face=\"Humanst521BT\" size=\"2\"><p align=\"left\">People experience and treat medication as though it were a person: in other words, as an object. Among the many symbolic meanings attributed to medication, this sort of personification, or object representation, is a meaning that medication is uniquely positioned to contain and convey: imbued with intentionality and influence, medication moves beyond the sphere of static, iconic representation and enters the changeable, dynamic object world of action, aim, and agency. Unlike more generic or stereotypic meanings, object representations attributed to medication may reflect the patient&rsquo;s specific dynamics and object relations. These representations are many and mutable, and take on shifting and overlapping forms that evolve with the analytic process. Medication may represent a third person within the framework of an analytic treatment, expanding the analytic dyad into a triad and offering new transference paradigms to explore. The defensive displacement of transferential qualities and attitudes, or split-off parts thereof, from the analyst onto medication can serve as a powerful resistance to the awareness of the transference to the analyst. Clinical examples illustrate the utility and importance of the analysis of medication as object, for both patient and analyst, with particular attention to the transference.</p></font>', abstract_alt1 = NULL, abstract_alt2 = NULL, discipline = 'Pyschology', subject_class = NULL, subject = 'transference, defensive displacement, analytic dyad, analytic process', coverage_geo = NULL, coverage_chron = NULL, coverage_sample = NULL, type = NULL, language = 'en', sponsor = 'American Psychoanalytic Association', comments_to_ed = '', date_submitted = '2007-04-05 06:08:21', date_status_modified = '2007-04-05 06:08:21', last_modified = '2007-04-05 06:08:21', status = '1', submission_progress = 0, current_round = '1', submission_file_id = '21', revised_file_id = NULL, review_file_id = NULL, editor_file_id = NULL, copyedit_file_id = NULL, pages = NULL WHERE article_id = '6'
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET first_name = 'Adele', middle_name = '', last_name = 'Tutter', affiliation = '', country = 'US', email = 'dave@whatsthebigidea.com', url = '', biography = 'Website design and graphic designer', primary_contact = '1', seq = '1' WHERE author_id = '8'
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(mysql): SELECT author_id FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET seq = 1 WHERE author_id = '8'
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(mysql): SELECT a.*, s.title AS section_title, s.title_alt1 AS section_title_alt1, s.title_alt2 AS section_title_alt2, s.abbrev AS section_abbrev, s.abbrev_alt1 AS section_abbrev_alt1, s.abbrev_alt2 AS section_abbrev_alt2, c.copyed_id, c.copyeditor_id, c.date_notified AS copyeditor_date_notified, c.date_underway AS copyeditor_date_underway, c.date_completed AS copyeditor_date_completed, c.date_acknowledged AS copyeditor_date_acknowledged, c.date_author_notified AS ce_date_author_notified, c.date_author_underway AS ce_date_author_underway, c.date_author_completed AS ce_date_author_completed, c.date_author_acknowledged AS ce_date_author_acknowledged, c.date_final_notified AS ce_date_final_notified, c.date_final_underway AS ce_date_final_underway, c.date_final_completed AS ce_date_final_completed, c.date_final_acknowledged AS ce_date_final_acknowledged, c.initial_revision AS copyeditor_initial_revision, c.editor_author_revision AS ce_editor_author_revision, c.final_revision AS copyeditor_final_revision FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON (s.section_id = a.section_id) LEFT JOIN copyed_assignments c on (a.article_id = c.article_id) WHERE a.article_id = '6'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): SELECT e.*, u.first_name, u.last_name, u.email, u.initials, r.role_id AS editor_role_id FROM articles a, edit_assignments e LEFT JOIN users u ON (e.editor_id = u.user_id) LEFT JOIN roles r ON (r.user_id = e.editor_id AND r.role_id = 256) WHERE e.article_id = '6' AND (r.journal_id IS NULL OR r.journal_id = a.journal_id) AND a.article_id = e.article_id ORDER BY e.date_notified ASC
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(mysql): SELECT edit_decision_id, editor_id, decision, date_decided FROM edit_decisions WHERE article_id = '6' AND round = 1 ORDER BY date_decided ASC
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(mysql): SELECT r.*, r2.review_revision, a.review_file_id, u.first_name, u.last_name FROM review_assignments r LEFT JOIN users u ON (r.reviewer_id = u.user_id) LEFT JOIN review_rounds r2 ON (r.article_id = r2.article_id AND r.round = r2.round) LEFT JOIN articles a ON (r.article_id = a.article_id) WHERE r.article_id = '6' AND r.round = 1 ORDER BY review_id
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_comments a WHERE article_id = '6' AND comment_type = 2 AND assoc_id = '6' ORDER BY date_posted DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_comments a WHERE article_id = '6' AND comment_type = 3 AND assoc_id = '6' ORDER BY date_posted DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_comments a WHERE article_id = '6' AND comment_type = 5 AND assoc_id = '6' ORDER BY date_posted DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_comments a WHERE article_id = '6' AND comment_type = 4 AND assoc_id = '6' ORDER BY date_posted DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_files a WHERE file_id = '21' ORDER BY revision DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): SELECT s.*, a.file_name, a.original_file_name, a.file_type, a.file_size, a.status, a.date_uploaded, a.date_modified FROM article_supplementary_files s LEFT JOIN article_files a ON (s.file_id = a.file_id) WHERE s.article_id = '6' ORDER BY s.seq
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(mysql): SELECT g.*, a.file_name, a.original_file_name, a.file_type, a.file_size, a.status, a.date_uploaded, a.date_modified FROM article_galleys g LEFT JOIN article_files a ON (g.file_id = a.file_id) WHERE g.article_id = '6' ORDER BY g.seq
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id = NULL
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(mysql): SELECT l.*, u.first_name, u.last_name, u.email FROM layouted_assignments l LEFT JOIN users u ON (l.editor_id = u.user_id) WHERE article_id = '6'
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(mysql): SELECT p.*, u.first_name, u.last_name, u.email FROM proof_assignments p LEFT JOIN users u ON (p.proofreader_id = u.user_id) WHERE p.article_id = '6'
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(mysql): SELECT a.*, s.title AS section_title, s.title_alt1 AS section_title_alt1, s.title_alt2 AS section_title_alt2, s.abbrev AS section_abbrev, s.abbrev_alt1 AS section_abbrev_alt1, s.abbrev_alt2 AS section_abbrev_alt2 FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON s.section_id = a.section_id WHERE article_id = '6'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): SELECT a.* FROM article_files a WHERE file_id = '21' AND article_id = '6' ORDER BY revision DESC LIMIT 1
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(mysql): INSERT INTO article_files (revision, article_id, source_file_id, source_revision, file_name, file_type, file_size, original_file_name, type, status, date_uploaded, date_modified, round, viewable, assoc_id) VALUES (1, '6', '21', NULL, '6-21-2-SM.pdf', 'application/pdf', '201103', '6-21-2-SM.pdf', 'submission/review', '', '2007-04-05 06:08:21', '2007-04-05 06:08:21', '1', NULL, NULL)
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(mysql): SELECT LAST_INSERT_ID()
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(mysql): UPDATE article_files SET article_id = '6', source_file_id = '21', source_revision = NULL, file_name = '6-22-1-RV.pdf', file_type = 'application/pdf', file_size = '201103', original_file_name = '6-21-2-SM.pdf', type = 'submission/review', status = '', date_uploaded = '2007-04-05 06:08:21', date_modified = '2007-04-05 06:08:21', round = '1', viewable = NULL, assoc_id = NULL WHERE file_id = '22' AND revision = 1
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(mysql): SELECT a.*, s.title AS section_title, s.title_alt1 AS section_title_alt1, s.title_alt2 AS section_title_alt2, s.abbrev AS section_abbrev, s.abbrev_alt1 AS section_abbrev_alt1, s.abbrev_alt2 AS section_abbrev_alt2 FROM articles a LEFT JOIN sections s ON s.section_id = a.section_id WHERE article_id = '6'
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(mysql): SELECT * FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET first_name = 'Adele', middle_name = '', last_name = 'Tutter', affiliation = '', country = 'US', email = 'dave@whatsthebigidea.com', url = '', biography = 'Website design and graphic designer', primary_contact = '1', seq = '1' WHERE author_id = '8'
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(mysql): SELECT author_id FROM article_authors WHERE article_id = '6' ORDER BY seq
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(mysql): UPDATE article_authors SET seq = 1 WHERE author_id = '8'
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(mysql): INSERT INTO review_rounds (article_id, round, review_revision) VALUES ('6', 1, 1)
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(mysql): INSERT INTO copyed_assignments (article_id, copyeditor_id, date_notified, date_underway, date_completed, date_acknowledged, date_author_notified, date_author_underway, date_author_completed, date_author_acknowledged, date_final_notified, date_final_underway, date_final_completed, date_final_acknowledged, initial_revision, editor_author_revision, final_revision) VALUES ('6', 0, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, NULL, NULL, NULL)
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(mysql): INSERT INTO layouted_assignments (article_id, editor_id, date_notified, date_underway, date_completed, date_acknowledged, layout_file_id) VALUES ('6', 0, null, null, null, null, NULL)
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(mysql): INSERT INTO proof_assignments (article_id, proofreader_id, date_author_notified, date_author_underway, date_author_completed, date_author_acknowledged, date_proofreader_notified, date_proofreader_underway, date_proofreader_completed, date_proofreader_acknowledged, date_layouteditor_notified, date_layouteditor_underway, date_layouteditor_completed, date_layouteditor_acknowledged) VALUES ('6', 0, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null, null)
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(mysql): SELECT LAST_INSERT_ID()
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(mysql): SELECT u.* FROM users AS u, section_editors AS e WHERE u.user_id = e.user_id AND e.journal_id = '1' AND e.section_id = '4' ORDER BY last_name, first_name
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Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/author/form/submit/AuthorSubmitForm.inc.php on line 79

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(mysql): UPDATE sessions SET user_id = '1', ip_address = '24.161.80.157', user_agent = 'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; SU 2.011; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)', created = '1175766706', last_used = 1175767701, remember = 0, data = 'userId|s:1:\"1\";username|s:5:\"admin\";CounterPlugin_UID|s:52:\"2007-04-05 05:52:00_74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65\";' WHERE session_id = '74979de614af233967a72ffbee7e6a65'

Need any more?

Thanks for your help.
DavidRad
 
Posts: 47
Joined: Sun Mar 25, 2007 4:49 pm
Location: Saugerties, NY

httpd-error.log

Postby DavidRad » Thu Apr 05, 2007 5:37 am

I tried to search around for this error without much luck:


/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.6/Zend/zend_API.c(706) : Freeing 0x087FF0A8 (
12 bytes), script=/usr/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
Last leak repeated 1 time
/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.6/Zend/zend_execute.c(297) : Freeing 0x08524B
A8 (12 bytes), script=/usr/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.6/Zend/zend_execute.c(1792) : Freeing 0x08526
1E8 (12 bytes), script=/usr/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.6/Zend/zend_compile.c(1703) : Freeing 0x0836B
9E8 (12 bytes), script=/usr/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
Last leak repeated 18 times
Zend/zend_language_scanner.c(4673) : Freeing 0x0836B828 (13 bytes), script=/usr
/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
Last leak repeated 25 times
/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.6/Zend/zend_compile.c(1899) : Freeing 0x08368
A68 (12 bytes), script=/usr/local/www/data/mhr/ojs2/index.php
Last leak repeated 12 times
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Postby asmecher » Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:04 am

Hi David,

That output is from the debug option, not the show_stacktrace option... Could you set show_stacktrace and post that here?

Thanks,
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No output...

Postby DavidRad » Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:07 am

I have these settings in the config file, though all I get is this:

Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /usr/home/mhr/www/ojs2/classes/author/form/submit/AuthorSubmitForm.inc.php on line 79

Debug settings below:

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Debug Settings ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

[debug]

; Display execution stats in the footer
show_stats = On

; Display a stack trace when a fatal error occurs.
; Note that this may expose private information and should be disabled
; for any production system.
show_stacktrace = On
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Postby asmecher » Thu Apr 05, 2007 3:43 pm

Hi David,

Found it -- there's a misplaced "+" symbol in the code near line 79. Check out again or remove it manually.

Regards,
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That did it!

Postby DavidRad » Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:06 pm

Thanks so much ;-)
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