Issues in CCSFG_0.0.6 with WAMP server(Apache 2.2.22 – Mysql 5.5.24 – PHP 5.4.3)

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Issues in CCSFG_0.0.6 with WAMP server(Apache 2.2.22 – Mysql 5.5.24 – PHP 5.4.3)

 

 I put CCSFG_0.0.6 in www folder and run like this with URL http://localhost/CCSFG_0.0.6/setup/ I'm getting list of errors. Can anyone help me out urgently? Thanks! 

Undefined variable: tmp_content in C:\wamp\www\CCSFG_0.0.6\setup\functions.php on line 184Call Stack# Time Memory Function Location

10.0008148024{main}( )..\index.php:0
20.0030220448updateFile( )..\index.php:3

Undefined variable: tmp_content in C:\wamp\www\CCSFG_0.0.6\setup\functions.php on line 184Call Stack# Time Memory Function Location

10.0008148024{main}( )..\index.php:0
20.0030220448updateFile( )..\index.php:3

Undefined variable: tmp_content in C:\wamp\www\CCSFG_0.0.6\setup\functions.php on line 184Call Stack# Time Memory Function Location

10.0008148024{main}( )..\index.php:0
20.0030220448updateFile( )..\index.php:3

Undefined variable: field_labels in C:\wamp\www\CCSFG_0.0.6\setup\build_functions.php on line 122Call Stack# Time Memory Function Location

10.0008148024{main}( )..\index.php:0
20.0110485000require( 'C:\wamp\www\CCSFG_0.0.6\setup\header.php' )..\index.php:17
30.0110489200getIncludedFieldLabels( )..\header.php:11

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A lot of localhosts, especially WAMP, like to put small warnings into the page as full errors - usually for troubleshooting purposes. I'd suggest disabling error reporting temporarily to see if the CCSFG loads and runs properly for you. You can do this in WAMP by left-clicking the icon in the system tray and navigating to PHP->Settings->Display Errors.

 

If the page does not load at that point, or loads improperly, just reenable the errors, and we can take another look at the errors that are coming up for you.

 

Nick Galbraith
Support Engineer

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Moderator

A lot of localhosts, especially WAMP, like to put small warnings into the page as full errors - usually for troubleshooting purposes. I'd suggest disabling error reporting temporarily to see if the CCSFG loads and runs properly for you. You can do this in WAMP by left-clicking the icon in the system tray and navigating to PHP->Settings->Display Errors.

 

If the page does not load at that point, or loads improperly, just reenable the errors, and we can take another look at the errors that are coming up for you.

 

Nick Galbraith
Support Engineer

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Thank you soo much!! I would really appreciate your help. It worked and I could atleast see CC pages. Thanks again!!

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