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element data in content

Discussion in 'Standard Support' started by rzilzer, Mar 20, 2009.

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  1. rzilzer New Member

    Level: Standard
    I want to insert some data in an article, I am supposed to use:
    {fabrik view=element table=2 rowid=41 element= Registration_Form__Title_org_field}

    Table=Registration_Form
    table id =2
    element=Title_org ( a field element)
    The row where the data is= 41

    I get:

    Fatal error: Class 'FabrikControllerTable' not found in /home/apache/htdocs/joomla/csf2009/plugins/content/fabrik.php on line 336

    am I doing something wrong?
    svn 1420
  2. cheesegrits Support Gopher

    Level: Community
    I can confirm this error.

    Working on it.

    -- hugh
  3. cheesegrits Support Gopher

    Level: Community
    Should be fixed in SVN as of rev# 1424.

    -- hugh
  4. rzilzer New Member

    Level: Standard
    updated to 1424
    now getting:
    Notice
    : Undefined variable: activeEl in /home/apache/htdocs/joomla/csf2009/plugins/content/fabrik.php on line 174

    Fatal error: Call to a member function getFullName() on a non-object in /home/apache/htdocs/joomla/csf2009/plugins/content/fabrik.php on line 174
  5. cheesegrits Support Gopher

    Level: Community
    That's probably because you've given it a non-existant element name. Make sure you have no spaces in the element=tablename___elementname incantation, and that you are using three underscores. I think your example above has only two, and has a space after the =.

    I'll look at putting some defensive coding in to prevent a bad elementname from blowing up the page.

    -- hugh
  6. cheesegrits Support Gopher

    Level: Community
    OK, I've tested, and it definitely work if you have the correct element name. I've also added some defensive code so it should just not print anything if the element doesn't exist, rather than blowing the page up (SVN rev# 1425).

    -- hugh
  7. rzilzer New Member

    Level: Standard
    working!!
    Thanks
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