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[resolved] [PATCH][2.2.2] Fix issue with "fields" disappearing when trying to wire API up (2 posts)

  1. gmcinnes
    Posted 1 year ago #

    The symptoms here are that the "fields" disappear when you try to update when mapping API fields to form fields, when using the Salesforce API. You might also see things in your error log like;

    PHP Warning:  Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /var/www/marscentrephase2.com/releases/20121220185715/wp-content/plugins/gravity-forms-salesforce/salesforce-api.php on line 675, referer: http://marscentrephase2.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=gf_salesforce&view=edit&id=1&refresh=lists

    For some reason:

    $lists = get_site_transient('sfgf_lists_fields_'.$objectType);

    is returning the stored lists as a String instead of an array, even though it was clearly stored as an array. I'm not sure why that is. I don't know the root cause. I fixed it just by unserializing the string returned by the get_site_transient call. Patch below:

    --- gravity-forms-salesforce/salesforce-api.php	2012-12-20 13:57:14.816234769 -0500
    +++ gravity-forms-salesforce/salesforce-api.php	2012-12-20 17:59:57.210729362 -0500
    @@ -670,6 +670,7 @@
             $listtype = ($listtype !== 'objects') ? 'fields' : 'objects';
             $lists = get_site_transient('sfgf_lists_fields_'.$objectType);
    +        $lists = unserialize($lists);
             if($lists && (!isset($_REQUEST['refresh']) || (isset($_REQUEST['refresh']) && $_REQUEST['refresh'] !== 'lists'))) {
                 foreach($lists as $key => $list) {
                     // If you only want one type of field, and it's not that type, keep going


  2. Zack Katz
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    This will be added in the next release (2.2.3), coming later today. Thanks for reporting.

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