choosealogin Posted May 20, 2006 Share Posted May 20, 2006 The thing that stands out for me is that it's referring to the directory as "DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT" ...that tells me it doesn't know what directory to go to. When I searched for your error "Warning: file(DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT/..." I found this post on page 172 YEEESSS! It lives! For the record I have been confused about the use of the term "$DOCUMENT_ROOT". The development site uses this term in the configure.php no problem, whilst if I insert it into the production site, the file manager seems to have a problem if I use it (see thread). I have ended up using the the ordinary root statement CODE define('DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT', "blah/blah/etc"); The rest is as per the instructions and it has just "squirted" 250 test entries with multiple attributes into both sites; grin like cheshire cat! Mibble if you happen to read this I hope you now understand where I was coming from on the queries - thank you Nossum I think you should try putting "document root" back to the way it was...just try it. Which version of EP are you using? QUOTE(d4funky1 @ May 19 2006, 03:54 PM) * Line 685 DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT Hi, I've followed the install instructions to a tee and also the read me 1st file. I've made the configuration changes where necessary and changed DOCUMENT_ROOT to $DOCUMENT_ROOT. My temp directory has the correct path in the config file also. I can download a Complete tab-delimited .txt file to edit, allthough it has added a few attributes that weren't originally in the product? When i come to upload a file into the database here's how i do it. 1, upload the .txt file to catalog/temp folder via ftp 2, select easy populate in the admin panel and use the Import from Temp Dir 3, Type the file name in the box (filename only ie: EP2006May19-2008.txt) 4, Insert into Database I am presented with the following: Lines 685 to 690 in my easypopulate.php file are thus: Any ideas? Many Thanks D4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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