MartinLass Posted June 29, 2011 Share Posted June 29, 2011 (edited) You have to try the alternate setting first. If that fails due to a permissions error, then you need to ask your host to look into it. Yep. Did that. As I mentioned, the Alternate file failed completely. But the normal file was successful EXCEPT for the Pages Sitemap section, which is what many people here have had the same issue with. Why would it be successful with all section except this one? This doesn't sound like a permissions error, particularly given that there is no error message in this section when running in diagnostics mode. It sounds more like something in the code itself. What makes me suspicious of this is that the code for this section is significantly different from the code for the other sections... it doesn't require the same database interaction. Where would I start looking in the code itself for possible answers? I've seen quite a number of tweaks, but not for the later versions of osCommerce... these tweaks are years old and the code has changed significantly since then. Or else there could possibly be a php.ini setting that is tripping it up... any further ideas? thanks... Martin Edited June 29, 2011 by MartinLass Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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