is this a bug??? (source code shown)

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is this a bug??? (source code shown)

Postby AlexanderC » Mon Apr 30, 2012 8:02 am

please visit- http://thecodekitchen.tk/oijoij or another similar url to see what i get when requesting this...
I guess that source code should be hidden for any kind of unexpected request or error.
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Re: is this a bug??? (source code shown)

Postby Harm10 » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:47 am

Apparently something is exhausting the available memory (I only get the message memory exhausted - I don't see any source code).
http://thecodekitchen.tk/ works normal.
What is your link pointing to? A separate weblog?
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Re: is this a bug??? (source code shown)

Postby hansfn » Mon Apr 30, 2012 12:52 pm

Two comments:

1) Please disable the SEO extension and see if the problem disappears. If it does, contact the author of the SEO extension (after having checked that you run the latest version of the extension).
2) Yes, errors should not be reported to screen. PivotX normally doesn't do that, but in this case it's trying to tell you that a needed file is missing (causing a fatal error). Unfortunately there is a loop so in stead of the useful message, you get the code listing.
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Re: is this a bug??? (source code shown)

Postby AlexanderC » Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:33 pm

hansfn wrote:Two comments:

1) Please disable the SEO extension and see if the problem disappears. If it does, contact the author of the SEO extension (after having checked that you run the latest version of the extension).
2) Yes, errors should not be reported to screen. PivotX normally doesn't do that, but in this case it's trying to tell you that a needed file is missing (causing a fatal error). Unfortunately there is a loop so in stead of the useful message, you get the code listing.


Thx for reply- it was caused by SEO extension
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