> At 03:48 18.02.2008 -0800, Bill Olson wrote:
>>I have been having ongoing problems getting View Issues to work. When I
>>was testing out the installation, it worked OK, but when we went live,
>>it quit working. I cloned the database to another copy of Mantis
>>installed on the same server and I've been experimenting.
>>When I delete all issues for a project, View Issues displays correctly.
>> When the issues are in the database, it begins to display and just
>>quits part way through. It will display part of one line of the first
>>issue, then end part way like it was finished, but the list is not
>>finished and the bottom bar is not painted.
>>I entered new issues and assigned them to myself (I don't want to mail
>>bomb the users of the live system). These issues displayed fine. I
>>finally experimented with reassigning an issue to a dummy account I
>>created and the problem reappeared.
>>So the problem here is that if an issue is assigned to anybody except
>>me, View Issues has display problems. I tried making the dummy account
>>an administrator and it still didn't display correctly. It has to do
>>with who is assigned as the responsible party on an issue.
>>So my next question is, does anybody have any idea what is going on and
>>how to fix it?
Fabian Cenedese wrote:
> Did you already enable the "show errors" setting in php.ini? Maybe
> there's an error in the scripts, that's why it just breaks in the middle
> of a file. One possibility could be corrupt files. Or an error in file
> rights. Maybe an error in your database that the scripts can't cope
> with. If there are php errors it may give you a hint on where to
> bye Fabi
I would love to turn on "show errors", but I don't have access to any
file called php.ini. This is on a hosted domain account and the engines
for PHP and other such things are controlled by my web host provider.
It is also a Unix server, I thought .ini files were Microsoft OSs only.