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osTicket error when attempting to migrate db from MySQL to MSSQL

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Hello,

I migrated my osTIcket db from MySQL to MSSQL and receive the following error.

PHP Strict Standards:  Non-static method Misc::currentURL() should not be called statically in \main.inc.php on line 102

This migration has been done successfully before (based on postings), but I am stuck at this error.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Drew
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by:Ray Paseur
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It's not an error; it's a "violation" of strict standards.  If the only symptom of failure is the message, you can suppress the message by changing the error reporting.

error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_STRICT ^ E_NOTICE);

I usually do not recommend this because it's a little like putting a piece of black electrical tape over the warning light on your dashboard, but inside the osTicket application it might be easier to hide the messages than it would be to try to fix the underlying issue.
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by:drew17
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I have tried that, but when I do there is a white page (errors not being displayed. I have  added:

    ini_set('display_errors',1);
    ini_set('display_startup_errors',1);

But still no luck.

Thanks,

Drew
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Add error_reporting(E_ALL); right at the top and see if that helps.
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Hello Ray_Paseur,

I am getting the following eorror:

PHP Strict Standards:  Non-static method Misc::currentURL() should not be called statically in D:\WebData\main.inc.php on line 107

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks!

Drew
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Ray Paseur earned 500 total points
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Good - that's a start.  Do you want PHP Strict Standards?  The man page seems to suggest that these are "suggestions" only recently added to the definition of E_ALL.

If not, you can turn this off with the error_reporting() settings shown here.
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