Issue with one application built by developers using expression engine based website

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Hello community,

Please refer to the following website:

(http://www.mysc.org/)

Please note that it is an expression engine based website. I actually need your help in fixing an issue on this existing website. One of the developers I hired build 2 applications, which were running perfectly, but now, one of the applications has an issue and it needs to be solved as early as possible.

The application is actually a field scheduler for a soccer coach to log in and their required fields and timings for the practice session. When the soccer coach makes a selection, a report is automatically generated as a reference for the organization.

Now, we being on the admin side are facing some issues. After creating the fields successfully and adding in the timings for the coaches, I get an error. The screenshot is attached below:

an expression engine based website A PHP Error was encountered

A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: Notice

Message: Undefined index: day2

Filename: controllers/fieldadministration.php

Line Number: 171

 

A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: Warning

Message: Invalid argument supplied for each()

Filename: controllers/fieldadministration.php

Line Number: 171

  • time_field_id => 49
  • time_subfield => Subfield 1
  • time_segment => 3
  • time_start => 3:00
  • time_end => 4:00

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As you can see Wednesday is highlighted in the screenshot. Actually it does not produce Wednesday on the next line, which makes it really awkward, and each entry has to be submitted one line at a time.

If anyone is interested in helping me, I'll be really grateful.

Moreover I can pay you for all your time and efforts you will use to help me out.

Loads of thanks.

Looking forward to your feedback.

Kindest regards.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #149144

Issue with one application built by developers using expression engine based website

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Hallo Brian,

It seems that the errors you are getting are mostly likely caused by problems in the coding that has been used to create the websites, and as well the configurations of the database. Therefore to resolve the issue, it is better if you do the following:

  • First, you will need to ensure that the developer has provided you with the login credentials required for accessing the websites' backend and the database.
  • After that you will use an editor like Adobe Dreamweaver to check any bugs that may be in the code which are causing the issue and the rectify them.
  • Make sure that you know which software the developer has used to create the database and then access it and then figure out the problems that might be there and rectify them.

Regards,

Carl

 

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