Uninitialized string offset: 0 in D:\http\www

  • Lenny Burns

    Lenny Burns - 2005-01-14

    on the custom fields, i see this error..

    Uninitialized string offset: 0 in D:\http\wwwroot\conway\sitenet\lb_guestbook\guestbook.php on line 133

    remove the fields, and voila, it works.
    whats up?

    • Lenny Burns

      Lenny Burns - 2005-01-17

      I really need help with this...
      Any ideas?!

    • Thomas Hettenhausen

      Hm, I am trying to reproduce that error here, but so far with no luck (?).
      My first guess was that you set the number of custom fields larger than the number of names for these fields (like entering a 2 on customFields and nothing on customFieldNames), but that did not even produce errors here with error_reporting(2047) enabled in PHP (that is, letting php report even the slightest warnings with potentially uninitialized variables and such).
      Could you give me more info, server OS seems to be Win32, using Apache or IIS? I never tested on IIS, but it seem sto be a little more offensive to these kind of things. Post your INI or something please.


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