Support » Plugin: Ready! Ecommerce Shopping Cart » [Plugin: Ready! Ecommerce Shopping Cart] class "dispatcher" missing

  • Resolved kingeofdremes

    (@kingeofdremes)


    I’ve only just started working with WordPress, and run everything on my local host (XAMPP). I installed the newest edition of the Ready Ecommerce (0.2.7) and it returns the error:

    Fatal error: Class ‘dispatcher’ not found in [My WordPress directory]\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 42

    The plugin was not activated.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ready-ecommerce/

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  • Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    Ok.
    Now let’s check file config.php in our plugin directory, because S_CLASSES_DIR must be defined there.
    Is there file config.php in your plugin directory?
    Is in shit file next string:
    define(‘S_CLASSES_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘classes’. DS);

    Regards,
    Alexey.

    yes,
    define('S_CLASSES_DIR', S_DIR. 'classes'. DS);
    is on line 14 of config.php in the plugin

    I just upgraded to the Ecommerce 0.2.8 and dispatcher is no longer listed as the problem. After again following your var_dump($path) suggestion, it now shows

    string(19) "S_CLASSES_DIRdb.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRinstaller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodule.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodel.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRview.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRcontroller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRhelper.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRtab.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRdispatcher.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRfield.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRtable.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRframe.php" string(24) "S_CLASSES_DIRmvcHelp.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRlang.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRreq.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRuri.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRhtml.php" string(25) "S_CLASSES_DIRresponse.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRfieldAdapter.php" string(31) "S_CLASSES_DIRshippingModule.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRpaymentModule.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRvalidator.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRerrors.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRutils.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodInstaller.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRfilegenerator.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRwpUpdater.php"
    Fatal error: Class '<strong>installer</strong>' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 42

    Same line again… huh.

    Do you prefer email messaging going forward, or is it better to discuss here?

    whoops! i added the tags only for display here. feel free to ignore them.

    gah! the STRONG tags! STRONG!

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    Ok.
    Now you can remove var_dump($path); code.
    Seems to me that somehow define() method did not work. Let’s solve this problem.
    Step 1. Go to main plugin file (“ecommerce.php”) and insert next code between lines 12 and 13:
    var_dump(S_CLASSES_DIR);
    Copy output here.
    Step 2. Remove code that you inserted in Step 1. Then go to config.php file in plugin directory and insert the same code between lines 59-60 (right before “?>”), code:
    var_dump(S_CLASSES_DIR);

    Please provide me with output for both steps.

    Regards,
    Alexey.

    Results for step 1:

    string(13) "S_CLASSES_DIR" string(19) "S_CLASSES_DIRdb.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRinstaller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodule.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodel.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRview.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRcontroller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRhelper.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRtab.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRdispatcher.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRfield.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRtable.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRframe.php" string(24) "S_CLASSES_DIRmvcHelp.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRlang.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRreq.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRuri.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRhtml.php" string(25) "S_CLASSES_DIRresponse.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRfieldAdapter.php" string(31) "S_CLASSES_DIRshippingModule.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRpaymentModule.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRvalidator.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRerrors.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRutils.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodInstaller.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRfilegenerator.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRwpUpdater.php"
    Fatal error: Class 'installer' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 43

    Step 2:

    string(19) "S_CLASSES_DIRdb.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRinstaller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodule.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodel.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRview.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRcontroller.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRhelper.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRtab.php" string(27) "S_CLASSES_DIRdispatcher.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRfield.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRtable.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRframe.php" string(24) "S_CLASSES_DIRmvcHelp.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRlang.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRreq.php" string(20) "S_CLASSES_DIRuri.php" string(21) "S_CLASSES_DIRhtml.php" string(25) "S_CLASSES_DIRresponse.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRfieldAdapter.php" string(31) "S_CLASSES_DIRshippingModule.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRpaymentModule.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRvalidator.php" string(23) "S_CLASSES_DIRerrors.php" string(22) "S_CLASSES_DIRutils.php" string(29) "S_CLASSES_DIRmodInstaller.php" string(30) "S_CLASSES_DIRfilegenerator.php" string(26) "S_CLASSES_DIRwpUpdater.php"
    Fatal error: Class 'installer' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 42

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    No, you did not insert what I say).
    In both steps there should be only one string with output. This output is for my prev message (Posted 2 days ago), that should be deleted for now.
    You now should edit:

    for Step 1 – C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php
    for Step 2 – C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\config.php

    Regards,
    Alexey.

    Step 1:

    string(13) "S_CLASSES_DIR"
    Fatal error: Class 'installer' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 43

    Step 2:
    Fatal error: Class 'installer' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php on line 42

    I think I simply forgot to save the functions.php file after deleting the var_dump code the first time. Gone now.
    I realize there is nothing shown here before the “fatal error” line in step 2, but that’s what I got. Hope that tells you something…

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    Ok.
    So, let’s now check file-by-file. Please answer on questions below:

    1. C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\ecommerce.php – on line 12 in this file there should be:
    require_once(‘config.php’);

    2. You have readable and executable file, located exactly here C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\config.php

    Regards,
    Alexey.

    1. yes
    2. yes

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    1. What is php version?
    2. What server do you use?
    3. Also, let’s check again if config.php file was included. Insert in this file at the begining (right after <?php tag):
    die(“Config was included properly”);
    And tell me output now.

    Regards,
    Alexey.

    PHP version 5.3.4

    Everything is running locally on my laptop using XAMPP, which I installed in january 2011… The newest edition includes PHP 5.4.4. Will upgrade this morning. 🙂 I don’t have a “server”, exactly; nothing is available online, though I’ve heard that XAMPP can be set up to perform that function.

    Result from including die("Config was included properly"); right after the <?php tag in ecommerce.php was:
    Config was included properly

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    Ok.
    Now please remove die(“Config was included properly”); after <?php tag in config.php and insert it right before tag ?> in same file.

    Regards,
    Alexey

    Plugin Author Ready! Developer

    (@ukrainecmk)

    Your C:\xampp\htdocs\AnWordpress\wp-content\plugins\ready-ecommerce\config.php file with this change must look like:
    <?php
    global $wpdb;
    if (WPLANG == ”) {
    define(‘S_WPLANG’, ‘en_GB’);
    } else {
    define(‘S_WPLANG’, WPLANG);
    }
    define(‘DS’, DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR);

    define(‘S_PLUG_NAME’, basename(dirname(__FILE__)));
    define(‘S_DIR’, WP_PLUGIN_DIR. DS. S_PLUG_NAME. DS);
    define(‘S_TPL_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘tpl’. DS);
    define(‘S_CONTROLLERS_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘controllers’. DS);
    define(‘S_CLASSES_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘classes’. DS);
    define(‘S_TABLES_DIR’, S_CLASSES_DIR. ‘tables’. DS);
    define(‘S_LANG_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘lang’. DS);
    define(‘S_IMG_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘img’. DS);
    define(‘S_TEMPLATES_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘templates’. DS);
    define(‘S_IMG_POSTS_DIR’, S_IMG_DIR. ‘posts’. DS);
    define(‘S_MODULES_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘modules’. DS);
    define(‘S_ADMIN_DIR’, ABSPATH. ‘wp-admin’. DS);

    define(‘S_SITE_URL’, get_bloginfo(‘wpurl’). ‘/’);
    define(‘S_JS_PATH’, WP_PLUGIN_URL.’/’.basename(dirname(__FILE__)).’/js/’);
    define(‘S_CSS_PATH’, WP_PLUGIN_URL.’/’.basename(dirname(__FILE__)).’/css/’);
    define(‘S_IMG_PATH’, WP_PLUGIN_URL.’/’.basename(dirname(__FILE__)).’/img/’);
    define(‘S_MODULES_PATH’, WP_PLUGIN_URL.’/’.basename(dirname(__FILE__)).’/modules/’);
    define(‘S_TEMPLATES_PATH’, WP_PLUGIN_URL.’/’.basename(dirname(__FILE__)).’/templates/’);
    define(‘S_IMG_POSTS_PATH’, S_IMG_PATH. ‘posts/’);
    define(‘S_JS_DIR’, S_DIR. ‘js/’);
    /*if (!empty($_SERVER[‘HTTPS’])) {
    define(‘S_URL’, ‘https://’. $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’]. $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_NAME’]);
    } else {
    define(‘S_URL’, ‘http://’. $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’]. $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_NAME’]);
    }*/
    define(‘S_URL’, S_SITE_URL);

    define(‘S_LOADER_IMG’, S_SITE_URL. ‘wp-admin/images/wpspin_light.gif’);
    define(‘S_DATE_DL’, ‘/’);
    define(‘S_DATE_FORMAT’, ‘d/m/Y’);
    define(‘S_DATE_FORMAT_HIS’, ‘d/m/Y (H:i:s)’);
    define(‘S_DATE_FORMAT_JS’, ‘dd/mm/yy’);
    define(‘S_DATE_FORMAT_CONVERT’, ‘%d/%m/%Y’);
    define(‘S_WPDB_PREF’, $wpdb->prefix);
    define(‘S_DB_PREF’, ‘toe_’); /*TheOneEcommerce*/
    define(‘S_MAIN_FILE’, ‘ecommerce.php’);

    define(‘S_DEFAULT’, ‘default’);
    define(‘S_CURRENT’, ‘current’);
    define(‘S_PRODUCT’, ‘product’);
    define(‘S_CURRENCY’, ‘currency’);
    define(‘S_PLUGIN_INSTALLED’, true);
    define(‘S_VERSION’, ‘0.2.8’);

    define(‘S_TIM_PATH’, plugin_dir_url(__FILE__).’modules/timthumb.php?src=’);
    define(‘S_CLASS_PREFIX’, ‘toec’);
    define(‘S_FREE_VERSION’, false);

    define(‘S_API_UPDATE_URL’, ‘http://somereadyapiupdatedomain.com’);
    die(“Config was included properly”);
    ?>

    Regards,
    Alexey.

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