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article comments 2 bugs

Started by zalias7, January 03, 2012, 10:13:35 AM

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Link to my site:localhost
SMF version: SMF ver. 2.0.2
TP version: TP ver. 1.0 RC2
Default Forum Language: lithuanian-utf8
Theme name and version: Theme name here
Browser Name and Version: firefox 9.0.1
Mods installed: TinyPortal
Related Error messages: The database value you're trying to insert does not exist: com

a problem
When I delete the article comments and reading the article in the article, I get an error: The database value you're trying to insert does not exist: com

I see that the table tp_articles Value for the comments field does not change. Changing to a fair number of comments the problem no longer exists.

issue 2
Article comments, removed user name is displayed as 0


Can you post the full error please? I need the file name and line number that it gives.


sorry for my English.


The database value you're trying to insert does not exist: com
Function: doTPpage
File: ../www/Sources/TPortal.php
Line: 801

You need to do is: write article -> write article for comment. Delete comment from article. Read article with comment and you get the error


Find in TPortal.php
array('com' => $count, 'artid' => $article['id'])

Replace $count as $ccount.
array('com' => $ccount, 'artid' => $article['id'])

This is fixed in the next version coming out soon. :)


sorry, but anyway Error:
Unknown column 'i' in 'where clause'
File ..\ www \ Sources \ TPortal.php
Line: 801




Quote from: zalias7 on January 04, 2012, 06:27:25 PM
Quote from: IchBinâ,,¢ on January 04, 2012, 04:14:05 PM
Attach your file please.

Attach TPortal.php  or other ?

Your TPortal.php file is the file you need to attach.




Your last post did not have the TPortal.php file attached but you should be able to attach it to your next post.  Could you try it again please?