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[Plugin: PGI Inventory Plugin] field error

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  • Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in C:\wamp\www\test_wp\wp-content\plugins\pgi-inventory-plugin\pgi_inventory_plugin.php on line 699
    Call Stack
    # Time Memory Function Location
    1 0.0019 602560 {main}( ) ..\plugins.php:0
    2 1.7215 45032928 plugin_sandbox_scrape( ) ..\plugins.php:144
    3 1.7240 45337648 include( ‘C:\wamp\www\test_wp\wp-content\plugins\pgi-inventory-plugin\pgi_inventory_plugin.php’ ) ..\plugins.php:142
    4 1.7245 45379144 update_settings( ) ..\pgi_inventory_plugin.php:156
    5 1.7248 45399512 pgi_inventory_check_registration( ) ..\pgi_inventory_plugin.php:176

    Plugin Author Phillip.Gooch

    @phillipgooch

    What version of the plugin are you using? Did you install in manually or from the site back end? Is your server in debug mode? This isn’t something thats even happened before, so I’m not sure where to start.

    It’s not working on localhost with wamp. Some domein header registration code prevents it from starting local (nventory_check_registration), noting to do with manual or debug. On a test domein its installing. Still a header error, but its running.

    Now the fun part, you still can’t test the damn thing. You have to search the PGI site for registration of somting so i can test a car setup to see if it looks and fiels like i want to. This is getting a bit frustrating.

    Plugin Author Phillip.Gooch

    @phillipgooch

    Whats the error your getting now? As for the registration I don’t have any control over that, but I might be able to get a sample import file to make the default, so you can see how it works – I’ll bring that up with the people in charge next week, All I do is program the thing, I get no real control over how that sorta thing.

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