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Header already sent / XML cannot be displayed When user logs in

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1.9.4
apache
php 5

Home Page is working fine.

As soon as I login with an user that is admin (dunno about simple registered user), right after login I get this on tiki-index.php:

The XML page cannot be displayed
Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.


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Only one top level element is allowed in an XML document. Error processing resource 'http://www.xxxxxxx.com/tiki...

<b>Notice</b>: Undefined offset: 0 in <b>.../lib/tikilib.php</b> on line <...





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If I try to go to the root domain, (www.xxxxx.com) (Tiki still recognizes me as logged in, I then get this:

Notice: Undefined offset: 0 in /home/user/public_html/lib/tikilib.php on line 5525
header already sent



I looked around, turned off Gzip, cache is all clear......... I really don't know what to do.
My Tiki works only if no user is logged on.

It works fine for a while, I was adding articles and stuff, then one day I logged in and I got these errors. Nothing changed and something screwed up.

What do I do? I have a bunch of content and I just want to fix it. I have spent 2 hours online trying to look up solutions and nothing seems to match my problem exactly.

Thanks for any help!

posts: 1586 Canada
Try using Firefox. You should be able to see the rest of the page.
posts: 26

How is the problem fixed then? I don't use FireFox, it has bad HTML rendering and it does not work the way I work with SlimBrowser.
I have other people loggin in with Explorer as well. This needs to work for them.

posts: 26

When using FireFox, I still get the following error when login in with a user:

Notice: Undefined offset: 0 in /home/cpadmin/public_html/lib/tikilib.php on line 5525

But I see the rest of the page.

How do I fix this so that it works for all browsers?


posts: 47 France

Looks like it is a little "bug"

Actually , you are using a rss id which does not exist as
in a wiki page or somewhere.

Check the rss you use actually exist.

Anyway, tw should verify it's an existing feed, the correction in lib/tikilib.php before line before 5524 would be to add:

Image
$items = $rsslib->parse_rss_data($rssdata, $id);

// add that line
 if (!$items) continue;

 $repl="";

I hope that will help

posts: 26

Damned straight! I am using an RSS feed that busted it's bandwidth today, so it was not available anymore.

That is indeed what changed in my situation.

I added the if (!$items) continue; on line 5523 and it works now.

Very astute. Thank you so much!


Someone will correct this I hope in the next builds? How do we make sure of this?



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