Support » Plugin: Search & Replace » mysql_num_rows warning

  • I get the following warnings duplicated a few dozen times across the top of the screen when searching
    Warning: mysql_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in \wp-content\plugins\search-and-replace\search-and-replace.php on line 566

    It also seems that no matter what word/words I search for nothing is found.

    Using WP 3.5

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/search-and-replace/

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  • Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    Do you have more informations. I cant find a problem. Which php version do you use. Maybe a reinstall of the plugin and WP_DEBUG in the wp-config.php set to TRUE.

    Hi

    I get the same message, but only when running on local WAMP server. I’m using DesktopServer from ServerPress (based on XAMPP). Never happens on a LAMP server for me.

    Would be cool to get this plugin working on a WAMP dev server.

    Brenton

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    But do you have more input, I have also checked on XAMPP, not error message. Maybe you can describe, how you use the plugin, what you search. like via a screenshot.

    Hi Frank

    I’ve taken a screen shot and placed it on my server here: http://www.teamscience.co.za/search_replace.jpg

    I install plugin, activate and run a search for the domain (which I know is right) and I get a number of the Warning messages as you can see in the above screen shot. after the last Warning I get the following message:

    Looking @ all …
    Sorry, globaleventsmgnt.com is not found in this Database(globalevDBamuop)!

    Let me know if you need more info. This has always happend in my local DevelopServer install, so it may be because of a setting in one of the .ini files.

    Brenton

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    @Brenten: can you send also a screenshot of your search, that I can see the strings? Thanks.

    I’m seeing the same error
    http://i.imgur.com/1zTBCML.png

    I did a search for “the” and it’s telling me it’s not in the db. I’ve done searches on things that I’ve verified are in the db, but it says they arent

    j w

    (@justinmwoodum)

    Hey there. Encountered this same issue. Also using a local, Windows-based stack (AMPPS).

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