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on 03rd June 2013 / by naveen.pl
We had recently faced an issue in one of our client's website running on Drupal 5. The site had crashed and we were unable to continue development. We began analyzing the problem by checking the free space on the site and came to the conclusion that the now deprecated PHP Ereg function was causing the site to crash. If you are facing the same issue in one of your Drupal sites, read on to know how we successfully fixed the bug. Drupal Drupal 5 Debugging Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 30th May 2013 / by Anoop John
The last version of Drupal 5 was released on Aug 11, 2010 and the maintenance of Drupal 5 was stopped on Jan 5, 2011. The current stable branch of Drupal (as of March 2013) is Drupal 7 and the previous version Drupal 6 will be maintained till the release of Drupal 8 which is expected to happen towards the end of 2013 or early 2014. Drupal 7 will be maintained till the release of Drupal 9 which should happen probably in 2015. Drupal Drupal 5 Drupal Upgrade Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 13th December 2012 / by webmaster
Many Drupal programmers, Drupal site admins and Drupal site users have encountered the "Notice: Undefined variable" error message in their Drupal site. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site then read on to find out more. Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal 5 Drupal Issues Drupal Errors Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * cam8001 (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 22:08 Rather than change your php.ini, you can disable the display of these errors to the user at admin/config/development/logging. The errors will still be logged to dblog or syslog (depending on what you have set up). It is better to log notices rather than disabling them, as they can provide valuable insight when debugging. I will go ahead and update the handbook page on Drupal.org to reflect this. Add new comment
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on 13th December 2012 / by webmaster
Many Drupal programmers, Drupal site admins and Drupal site users have encountered 403, 404, 406, 500 or "Page not found" errors when submitting content with specific phrases. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site then read on to find out more. Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal 5 Drupal 7 Drupal Issues Drupal Errors Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Sheba Maniar (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 22:08 i uncomment RewriteBase / in .htaccess file still it shows me same error . So another way to solve this issues. Add new comment
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on 13th December 2012 / by webmaster
Many Drupal programmers, Drupal site admins and Drupal site users have encountered the error message - "MySQL: "Warning: MySQL server has gone away" on their Drupal site. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site then read on to know the fix. Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal 5 Drupal 7 Drupal Issues Drupal Errors Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 22nd August 2012 / by Anoop John
Ecommerce used to be the preferred ecommerce solution for Drupal before Ubercart came into the picture. We recently worked on upgrading a Drupal 5 site with Ecommerce to Drupal 7 with Ubercart. The challenge with this upgrade was that the source data existed only in the D5 database and the corresponding code to programmatically access the ecommerce data was in D5 as well while the destination tables existed only in the D7 database with the corresponding code existing only in the D7 database. The solution we went with was to go for a full SQL query based migration to copy over the Ecommerce data from its tables to the Ubercart tables. Drupal 5 Drupal Upgrade Drupal 7 Ubercart Data Migration Drupal Migration Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 22nd August 2012 / by Anto
When migrating from Drupal 5, the normal path would be to migrate everything (core/modules/themes) to the latest Drupal 5 versions, and then to the latest Drupal 6 versions, and then over to the Drupal 7 versions. How fortunate would have been the developers assigned the job if everything was as simple as that! Drupal 5 Drupal Development Drupal 7 Data Migration Drupal Updates CCK Content Construction Kit Field Migration Site Administration Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 19th September 2011 / by webmaster
Upgrading a Drupal site refers to moving it’s database and files from one major version of Drupal to a later one, to take advantage of the newer features and bug fixes that might not be available for the older version. Upgrading a Drupal site is a pretty effective way to make sure that your Drupal site is currently up to date with all the latest security updates and bug fixes. Old versions of Drupal will naturally be unsupported with the arrival of the new releases. The Drupal community has currently stopped supporting the older versions of Drupal like version 4 and 5 and has moved to Drupal 7. However Drupal 6 is more widely supported. Have a look at the steps required to upgrade your Drupal site from an older version to      Drupal 6.      Web Development Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal 4 Drupal 5 Drupal Upgrade Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *