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[resolved] Pulling in Magento Block error (4 posts)

  1. tldco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have a magento enterprise 1.13 currently loosely integrated with WordPress 3.8.1. I am using the Magento integrator and shortcode add on.

    I am able to get products over without a problem but when I make the call to get the block, it freaks out and throws errors. If I flush the cache, delete cookes and reload the page, there are still errors on the page but the block shows up. If I navigate to another page, I get the errors and not block yet again. Here are the errors/debug details.

    <br />
    Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class jck_mwi in /www/sites/www.xyz.com/files/html/liveit/wp-content/plugins/magento-wordpress-integration/mwi.php on line 204 Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class jck_mwi_shortcodes in /www/sites/www.xyz.com/files/html/liveit/wp-content/plugins/mwi-shortcodes-widgets/mwi-shortcodes-widgets.php on line 51 Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class jck_prod_widget in /www/sites/www.xyz.com/files/html/liveit/wp-content/plugins/mwi-shortcodes-widgets/mwi-shortcodes-widgets.php on line 84<br />

    Everything appears to be set up correctly. I do have this functioning correctly on another website on the same server (different directory) but for some reason, this issue is occurring.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/magento-wordpress-integration/

  2. tldco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I pretty much figured out the issue. Based on the recommendation in another thread, i uninstalled the plugin (again) and removed all the references in the database as well.

    I rechecked the function.php file in my copied app/code/core/Mage/Core/functions.php file. I then turned off all of my plugins and switched to the default 2014 template.

    Once I set my plugin options to the Mage.php directory, it did work like a champ. I then turned on my custom theme and that's when it broke. Although I tried this before, I think there were some broken references during installation so I didn't catch this when I tried the default theme the first time.

    Bottom line, sessions were the killer. I am using the Gantry framework to build a custom template and it uses sessions for all sorts of things. Unless someone figures out how to make these two coexist, I'll be using another framework to build my template.

    I know no one chimed in on the thread but hopefully it helps someone else out there using Gantry that may also be using this plugin.

  3. jamesckemp
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    Glad you've figured out the issue. Unfortunately, a session cannot be started if you want to include Magento in this way. I've found no way around it!

    I may add a feature to disable Magento sessions, if cart and customer data are not required. Or maybe I could find a way to do it via Ajax so the session is never loaded on WP frontend. I'll have a think! keep an eye out.

  4. tldco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    James, is there any way I can disallow sessions for WP and Magento as of now? I really only need the products and newsletter.

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