I use Refbase 0.9.0 on Ubuntu 8.04 host. When I follow link "show details" I get the following:
caused the following error:
Error 1065 : Query was empty
What can be the reason of this problem?
sorry you're facing trouble.
> I use Refbase 0.9.0 on Ubuntu 8.04 host. When I follow link
> "show details" I get the following:
> Error 1065 : Query was empty
I could be wrong, but it seems as if the value of the sqlQuery parameter got lost during the redirect. Maybe this is an issue with the length of the GET URLs?
What server & browser versions are you using?
And does this only happen with the "show details" links? Or do other links in the interface cause the same error messages?
In any case, I think that the new refbase version (currently only available in the refbase SVN repository) should not have this problem. So, if you're comfortable with downloading files via Subversion, you might want to try this new version instead:
We also have public demo databases for the new version (which hopefully will be released soon):
Yes, the problem was only with "show details" links. After I updated to new version, everything seems to be OK. Thank you for help.
Sorry, but it occurs again. All links work correctly only before logging in.
Server Apache 2.2.8, browsers Firefox 3.0.4 and Konqueror 3.5.7.
> Sorry, but it occurs again. All links work
> correctly only before logging in.
I guess that this does not happen for you when using one of the public demo databases such as:
If the issue also happens there, then it's probably a browser-related issue, otherwise it must be an issue with your refbase installation and/or your server setup.
In a previous thread, another user reported a similar issue which was caused by the Suhosin extension that was installed on the poster's server.
You can check your active 'php.ini' file to see whether the Suhosin extension is installed on your PHP server. If the 'suhosin.get.max_value_length' variable contains a value of 512, this might cause problems with refbase, but a value of 1024 should work fine.
Other than that, I'm not sure what could cause your problem. Generally, it might be worth checking your active Apache & PHP configuration files for anything suspicious. I.e. do you know about any special config settings within your 'httpd.conf' or 'php.ini' configuration files?
And is session support correctly enabled for your PHP installation?
Also, is there some setting (in your browser or server) that could prevent refbase from reading/writing cookies or from receiving referrers?
Does your server's error log say anything that could be related to refbase?
You may also want to checkout our general troubleshooting tips:
Thank you, Matthias! The problem really was in Suhosin extention. So I just removed it, and now everything works properly.
> The problem really was in Suhosin extention. So I just
> removed it, and now everything works properly.
Thanks for the update. I'm glad to hear that this solved your problems.
Let us know if you run into any other issues.
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