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Fatal error (3 posts)

  1. datavyam
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

  2. Pipsquacky
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have created a fatal error as well. This occurred when I was editing the custom field area. I had created one custom field previously and then decided that I didn't want to use it. So, I deleted the field, and made a change to the description text of an original field that came with the plug-in. When I told it to update, it crashed on me. This error even prevented me from viewing the entire site or the Dashboard for the site.

    So, I FTP'd in and deleted all of the plugin files and reinstalled. When I went to activate the fresh copy, I got the following error:
    "Warning: simplexml_load_string() [function.simplexml-load-string]: Entity: line 1: parser error : xmlParseEntityRef: no name in D:\Hosting\6489173\html\HannaWP\wp-content\plugins\event-calendar-scheduler\codebase\dhtmlxSchedulerConfigurator.php on line 35"

    Looking at line 35 (most of that code is Greek to me) my best guess is that the plugin stores the settings in MySQL and that there is a 0 value left in there from the original install that is resulting in an error. My website is back to functioning again so I could move on to use a different plugin but I really liked the way this one was working.

    I have no idea how to access the MySQL records to clean that off, if I could even find where that field was.

    Ideas?

    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

    ~ Andrea

    PS - I can't link the site because it isn't public. Sorry. :(

  3. broovers
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    You can probably open your database by entering the site url and add /phpmyadmin
    example: http://www.google.nl/phpmyadmin

    You open your database there and look at the following tables:
    wp_events_rec
    wp_ec3_schedule

    These are created by the plugin itself. The next problem is one im running in to as well, the plugin writes some entries in the next table, but i cant seem to find all the entries:
    wp_options

    one way of looking for the entries is by searching for an entry that contains the following text: schedule

    I hope it helps you out a bit.

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