Support » Plugin: ProjectManager » Fatal error: class-phpmailer.php on line 3828

  • Firstly this is really very flexible great plugin.

    I found some problem by using ProjectManager 3.4.6 and WP 4.4.2.
    When I try to update a password field in user profile, it throws the following error:

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class phpmailerException in …/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php on line 3828

    I think that is because phpmailer.php class was called more than once somewhere. If I disabled this plugin, then there is no error. I saw someone else posted the same bugs, but this is not fixed yet.

    Lastly, I hope this plugin can have a shortcode to display a list of all projects in the future. Please keep the good work.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/projectmanager/

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  • Plugin Author Kolja

    (@koelle)

    I thought I fixed this issue. Can you tell me what other plugin is causing this issue? You can check this by deactivating all other plugins except ProjectManager and see if the error persists. Then activate other plugins and check if the issue appears.

    This would make it much easier for me to solve the issue.

    I have not planned to add a shortcode to automatically show all projects, because of the various output templates. You can, however, show any number of projects on the same page by simply using multiple [project] shortcodes.

    I have disabled all other plugins, then it still shows that error when I update the user.
    If I don’t click “generate password” at the user profile via admin console, updating profile won’t show that error. If I click “generate password”, it shows that error.

    When I create the new user at the admin console, it doesn’t show that error, but it displays a blank white page after I click “add new user”, which is not expected.

    If I turned on the debug mode and repeated the same process, I got one more warning before that error.

    Notice: Undefined index: dataset_id in …/wp-content/plugins/projectmanager/admin/admin.php on line 2872

    Hope this can help you figure out the issue.

    Plugin Author Kolja

    (@koelle)

    Thanks for the description. It will surely help me to find and fix the issue

    Plugin Author Kolja

    (@koelle)

    This issue should be resolved in 3.4.7

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