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  1. Hi! An alert error with "oops!" code appears when I try to upload an image at Knowledge Base. It happens editing or adding an article. Image attached. Any idea to fix it?
  2. All products add to cart links now broken after update: https://oururl.net/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=2 Oops! Something went wrong and we couldn't process your request. Please go back to the previous page and try again.
  3. An issue has been identified in the 7.5.0 release - published on 2nd April, 2018 - that results in an Oops error when ordering a product via the shopping cart whilst Symantec is enabled in MarketConnect: TypeError: Argument 1 passed to WHMCS\MarketConnect\Promotion\Service\ServicePromotion::getAddonArray() must be of the type array, null given, called in /home/whmcs/public_html/75/vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/MarketConnect/Promotion/Service/Symantec.php on line 0 and defined in /home/whmcs/public_html/75/vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/MarketConnect/Promotion/Service/ServicePromotion.php:0 This can result in an inability for clients to place orders. Resolution We are releasing a hot-fix patch which resolves the underlying issue. Applying the HotFix To apply the fix, download the zip file from the link below. Extract the contents and upload to your whmcs directory overwriting the existing files. CORE-12206-enabling-symantec-option-in-marketconnect.zip Note: This file is only applicable if you are running Version 7.5.0
  4. So i'm one of the lucky ones to have the "Oops! Something went wrong and we couldn't process your request." and be stuck with it. This (from what i have found so far) only happens under configproducts.php, i can see the page itself, but trying to add or edit products, gives the error every time. I am running within the minimal WHMCS server requirements. I have Enabled and Disabled Error reporting in PHP, both giving the same results. I have Enabled and Disabled show errors (together with the above) and i still only see the "oops.....", however in the activity log it says: Error: exception 'Whoops\Exception\ErrorException' with message 'Undefined offset: 1' in /var/####/####/####/####/####/admin/configproducts.php:0 Stack trace: #0 /var/####/####/####/####/####/admin/configproducts.php(0): Whoops\Run->handleError(8, 'Undefined offse...', '/var/####/####...', 0, Array) #1 {main} Which i unfortunately didn't understand much of. I tried to roll back to version 7.1 where the issue wasn't and then try a Manual update (rather then automatic update) to 7.2.1 , however this didn't change anything. I can't recall or recreate it, but at some point in all my clicking and testing i ended on a page giving me an error with something like: 'Class 'Smarty_Internal_ParseTree_DqContent' not found' in...... , i was unfortunately tired, annoying and worn out and went to bed then and now cant find that error again, but figured i would throw it in anyway. To the above smarty error, i tried to delete the smarty folder under Vendor and reupload from whmcs full package again, making sure there was a Smarty_internal_parsetree file. The issue was still there after that, but again i can't seem to find it now. I read some suggestions of updating PHP to version 7, which i have requested from the Host, but that wont be happening any time soon, as of now im running on PHP Version 5.6.30 any suggestions would be highly appreciated
  5. Hey, When navigating to Utilities > Update WHMCS, I am greeted with the 'Oops! Something went wrong..' error. Temporarily displaying errors gives the following: TypeError: Argument 1 passed to WHMCS\View\Admin\HealthCheck\HealthCheckRepository::checkUpdaterRequirements() must be an instance of WHMCS\Installer\Update\Updater, string given, called in /var/www/vhosts/my.example.com/httpdocs/admin/update.php on line 0 and defined in /var/www/vhosts/my.example.com/httpdocs/vendor/whmcs/whmcs-foundation/lib/View/Admin/HealthCheck/HealthCheckRepository.php:0 Stack trace: #0 /var/www/vhosts/my.example.com/httpdocs/admin/update.php(0): WHMCS\View\Admin\HealthCheck\HealthCheckRepository->checkUpdaterRequirements('67108864', NULL) #1 {main} How would I go about resolving this error? Thanks!
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