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can't see admin page, but all other is fine


paulscallanjr

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do you get an error page?

 

A past webhost of mine used .htaccess to redirect all requests for /admin to his admin panel. I had to rename my /admin directory to something else to get it to work (and change the configure.php accordingly).

 

-jared

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the page that comes up is blank white

 

if I view source, it is:

 

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

<HTML><HEAD>

<META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"></HEAD>

<BODY></BODY></HTML>

 

 

wierd, huh?

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go to catalog/admin/includes/configure.php and see if you can place your mouse cursor below the closing php sign ?> If you can place your mouse below this then you have 'white space', just delete it until there ano no lines below the ?>

 

Vger

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Ermmm???? Why am getting your configure.php file up as the source code (including all of your access details) for

 

http://webstore.eyesonsolutions.com:318/catalog/admin

 

Better do something about that pronto.

 

define('DIR_WS_ADMIN', 'http://webstore.eyesonsolutions.com:318/catalog/admin/'); // absolute path required

 

That's not an absolute path. You've remmed out the absolute path.

 

Vger

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define('DIR_WS_ADMIN', 'http://webstore.eyesonsolutions.com:318/catalog/admin/'); // absolute path required

 

That's not an absolute path. You've remmed out the absolute path.

 

Vger

 

I remmed out the old entries and tried the acutal web path just for kicks. Neither way works.

 

I put an .htpasswd file in /catalog/admin Can you still see configure.php?

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Can you still see configure.php?

 

Yes. And if a hacker visits your site then you won't have a site left at all. Despite the fact that I can see the configure.php file, I shouldn't be seeing it at all. I should be seeing the text for your admin/index.php page.

 

I remmed out the old entries and tried the acutal web path just for kicks. Neither way works.

 

You've now remmed out all entries for the admin folder, so don't expect to be able to see it any time soon.

 

C:/apache2triad/htdocs/catalog/

 

Is this really your web hosting companies' pathway to your root files? It looks to me like a pathway for an installation on your own computer.

 

Basically, your configure.php file is in a mess, and I'm not even sure it's in the right place e.g catalog/admin/includes/

 

Vger

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hmmmm i got EXACT the same issue here....

 

i am running apache 2 triad on a windows server

and everything works just fine.. EXEPT the admin panel.. it just stays blank..

 

there are no fault msg's nada nothin'

 

is there someone who has a idea what this could be?

 

or have a tip for running a other server?

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I just went back to running OS Commerce under IIS 5 (windows 2000), with PHP 4.3 and MySQL 4.1.

 

REMEMBER TO install MySQL with blank password for root, THEN use phpMyAdmin to set a password for root. Otherwise, you will get client authentication issues because the new version of MySQL uses different auth scheme for passwords.

 

e-mail me if you need assistance. [email protected]

 

example site on IIS: http://webstore.eyesonsolutions.com

 

-Paul

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What version of php is it using? Is it php5 by any chance?

 

Vger

hmmmm i got EXACT the same issue here....

 

i am running apache 2 triad on a windows server

and everything works just fine.. EXEPT the admin panel.. it just stays blank..

 

there are no fault msg's nada nothin'

 

is there someone who has a idea what this could be?

 

or have a tip for running a other server?

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the current version is NOT PHP 5, but the problem seems to only exist with the Triad complete "choice" package. Seperately installing each component using software providers installs works just fine (but, I'll still stick with my trusty ole IIS). ;)

 

-Paul

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This problem has been noted with Triad else where in the forums, and this is the fix posted.

 

simply comment out line 31 in admin/includes/classes/upload.php

 

like this:

 

//$this = null;

 

Which, oddly enough, is the same fix for php5 and the osCommerce admin section showing blank.

 

Vger

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