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southatneil

Moved To new server now admin once logged-in is blank

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Hi

We moved our site to a new server and we are now getting nothing in the admin apart from the right menu but when you click on any link there content is blank, the site is working fine on front end, just we can't see any orders or modifly products as the admin is blank.

 

We put error log on strict and has these errors, any help will be great.

 

Notice: Constant DIR_WS_ADMIN already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/application_top.php on line 43

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_ORDERS_STATUS already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 106

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CREATE_ORDERS_ADMIN already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 109

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_EDIT_ORDERS already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 126

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_FROOGLE_ADMIN already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 168

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CREATE_ORDERS_PAY already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 198

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CREATE_ORDERS_SHIP already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 199

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_FAQ_MANAGER already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 203

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_STATS_DAILY_SALES_REPORT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 243

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CRYPT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 266

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CRYPT_TEST already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 267

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_CRYPT_CONVERT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 269

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_PRODUCTS_EXTRA_FIELDS already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 273

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_STATS_PRODUCTS_NOTIFICATIONS already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 286

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_EASYPOPULATE_OPTIONS_EXPORT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 290

 

Notice: Constant FILENAME_EASYPOPULATE_OPTIONS_IMPORT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 291

 

Notice: Constant EMAIL_AREA_WYSIWYG_HEIGHT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/application_top.php on line 91

 

Notice: Constant DEFINE_MAINPAGE_WYSIWYG_WIDTH already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/application_top.php on line 91

 

Notice: Constant DEFINE_MAINPAGE_WYSIWYG_HEIGHT already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/application_top.php on line 91

 

Notice: Constant MODULE_PAYMENT_PAYFLOWPRO_PROXY_PASSWORD already defined in /home/dirtchea/public_html/admin/includes/application_top.php on line 91

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You appear to have a heavily modified application_top.php file, as the line numbers don't match up with mine. Check to see if you are includeing "configure.php" multiple times in your application_top. That file should be included only once (regular admin/includes/ or special admin/includes/local/ version). Check to see if your code has been modified to both define certain constants hard coded in application_top and include the configure.php file. Maybe your previous PHP version let you get away with something like that, and your new one is stricter. Whatever the cause, for some reason it appears that you are defineing a number of constants at least twice.

 

By any chance are you now running on PHP 5.4? I haven't seen any reports of this problem up through PHP 5.3, but it sounds anyway like there's something strange in the multiple defines.

 

By the way, this is an inappropriate category. You should be reporting this under 2.x support, either General Support or Installation and Configuration. I hope you're not on osC 3.x, as you shouldn't be using that level.

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@@southatneil

 

Just as a side note: You are using a CRE loaded version of osCommerce which is not supported on this forum. You should refer to the CRE forum for best advice.

 

 

 

 

Chris

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