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oscommerce 2341 BS EDGE filenames??

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hello support,

installing oscommerce 2341 BS EDGE.  in my navigation i get an   error when trying to link to contactus.php  i.e.

The requested URL /FILENAME_CONTACTUS was not found on this server.

so i noticed there is no filenames.php, in this version

what is the recommended way to handle defining the filenames in this version??

 

thanks 

 

craig

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There is no 2.3.4.1BS. Did you mean 2.3.4BS Edge? Is this stock (vanilla) code trying to use a defined name, or did you install an add-on? The add-on might have to be modified to hard code the name contactus.php, or to include a filenames.php from an older release. If this is a vanilla installation, please report it to @burt via the 2.3.4BS Community area.


If you are running the "official" osC 2.3.4 or 2.3.4.1 download, your installation is obsolete! Get the latest community-supported responsive "Edge" release

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31 minutes ago, MrPhil said:

There is no 2.3.4.1BS. Did you mean 2.3.4BS Edge?

Hello Phil @MrPhil,

The actual EDGE BS responsive community version (2017/08/30) is up to date with the 2.3.4.1 standard codebase and therefore can be considered 2.3.4.1. BS

Although in the readme file still states 2.3.4, the 2.3.4.1 code changes are applied:

ignore e_deprecated messages; set empty mysql sql_mode

Edited by raiwa

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thank you,

i can go ahead and hardcode the links.

no,  it is not an addon. i copied code from previous version, before i found out that there is no filenames.php and database table name file.

the version is 2341.

i will try working with it but,  i may revert to 234 bsedge .

thanks everyone.

craig

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@zpupster There is also a compatibility addon that enables you to continue to use filenames.php if you want.  At least I think that is what it does. Goggle for it if you want.

Dan

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