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[Resolved] [Plugin: WP-Filebase Download Manager] No searching possible?

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  • Hello,

    I have the same problem. Worth : I found a solution few month ago, I dont remember how but it was working.

    Salut,
    J’ai le même problème. Le pire est que j’avais trouvé une solution, je ne me souvient plus de la solution.

    I have fixed this…

    In the file wp-content/plugins/wp-filebase/classes/Search.php
    In the function SearchWhereSql, before the line:
    if(empty($s)) return null;

    Add this line:

    ....
    if(empty($s)) {
    			$s = empty($wp_query->query_vars['wpfb_s']) ? (empty($_GET['wpfb_s']) ? null : stripslashes($_GET['wpfb_s'])) : $wp_query->query_vars['wpfb_s'];
    		}
    if(empty($s)) return null;

    Note: the search widtget need to set a default page in WP-Filebase -> Settings -> File Browser

    That does the trick, thank you for your support.

    I am not lucky,

    I had this already

    if(empty($s)) {
    		$s = empty($wp_query->query_vars['s']) ? (empty($_GET['s']) ? null : stripslashes($_GET['s'])) : $wp_query->query_vars['s'];
    		if(empty($s)) return null;

    Should I replace it ?
    I put your code before this but when i lauch Search, i go to the 404 page

    Change this:

    if(empty($s)) {
    		$s = empty($wp_query->query_vars['s']) ? (empty($_GET['s']) ? null : stripslashes($_GET['s'])) : $wp_query->query_vars['s'];
    		if(empty($s)) return null;
    }

    to…

    if(empty($s)) {
    		$s = empty($wp_query->query_vars['s']) ? (empty($_GET['s']) ? null : stripslashes($_GET['s'])) : $wp_query->query_vars['s'];
    		if(empty($s)) {
    			$s = empty($wp_query->query_vars['wpfb_s']) ? (empty($_GET['wpfb_s']) ? null : stripslashes($_GET['wpfb_s'])) : $wp_query->query_vars['wpfb_s'];
    		}
    		if(empty($s)) return null;
    	}

    Thanks for your help but it’s same result —> 404

    You need a default page for File Browser:

    The search widget need to set a default page in WP-Filebase -> Settings -> File Browser

    Do you set this?

    Yes, I checked again…

    I setted défault page, I checked also this page is working welle with the file browser.

    Search integration is unset

    I have working the search with this modification.
    Check that you have not made ​​a mistake by changing the search.php code (ie, if you left some brace unlocked, etc. ..)

    It’s strange !!

    All seems correct I didn’t modifie te search and the function looks fine :

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    WP-filebase is version 0.2.9.14

    Is there trap that I could install in the code to understand why ?

    It works now and this is the fit Back…
    I disconnect all the others plugins and specially “No 4O4 Errors”
    Then,I was able to see in the nativ 404 the SQL error displayed. It was about a custom field in wp-filebase.
    I checked in the MySql database… The syntax was wrong when I created a custom fied.
    Due to this the request was wrong.

    Thank’s again 70n1 for your help and sorry for my mistake in the custom field. I hope this would help somme one using badly a custom field.

    No 404 Errors cant be use with wp-filebase

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