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[Resolved] Fatal Error

  • samanthaborn
    Member

    @samanthaborn

    Hey,

    I’m getting a Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in /home/content/s/i/m/simp7755/html/wp-includes/query.php on line 27

    I know others have mentioned this issue. I’m running version 2.0.5.1 Pods and WP 3.4.2

    Any ideas on how to fix this error?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pods/

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  • Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    What plugins do you have activated? Events Manager?

    samanthaborn
    Member

    @samanthaborn

    Hi,

    Thanks for getting back to me. I don’t have Events Manager, but I do have 17 other plugins currently activated. Do you want to know what they all are?

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    Yes please, if you don’t want to post it to the public, you can e-mail me at scott@podsframework.org

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    Got your list via e-mail, thanks for that!

    As for a fix for this, the best way to determine what’s causing this, is to deactivate your other plugins one-by-one. After deactivating each one, check to see if you see the error again. If so, continue to deactivate the next. Once the error disappears, you’ll know which plugin is causing it and we can work on fixing this.

    samanthaborn
    Member

    @samanthaborn

    Hey Scott,

    So I deactivated and re-activated all of my plugins, one-by-one, and now I’m not getting the fatal error. Not sure what was going on there, but it seems to have fixed itself.

    Thanks for your help!

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    Let me know if you see it happening again, I’ll keep an eye out for this issue happening for anyone else with any of those plugins installed.

    samanthaborn
    Member

    @samanthaborn

    Well, I spoke too soon. When trying to create a new pod, the error comes back. Let me check the other plugins again.

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    Sure, maybe it would be best to deactivate the plugins one-by-one and add a new pod to test to see if the error happens.

    samanthaborn
    Member

    @samanthaborn

    Hey Scott,

    Looks like I found the culprit. The plugin that’s conflicting with PODS is marketpress.

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    I haven’t used that plugin, but it appears it’s doing something non-standard with it’s integration with WP_Query. Events Manager, another plugin that we’ve seen this issue happen with, was able to pin-point where this was going on after we notified them about the error. You should contact WPMU support and let them know about the error that their plugin causes and then they can resolve the issue. My guess is that they are using WP_Query integration but are not checking if it’s the main query or not, or it could be that they need to check if $wp_query is set yet.

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