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Started by Nibogo, November 06, 2005, 01:42:31 AM

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bluecortex

I have the same problem as the previous speaker @Steve.
Looks like the issue has been unresolved for about 2 years.

Similar problem because I uninstalled the package and would like to edit the lines of code responsible for the appearance of this error. Remove them...

I don't want this package, what can I do to remove the error while I don't have it installed?
Which line needs to be removed added by the mod?

Did it leave traces in the PHP or SQL files?

Hook call: function "UsersOnlineToday_boardindex" in file /profiles/k/kr/kra/krag/mydomain.cba.pl could not be called.
The callable UsersOnlineToday_boardindex could not be called.

And where is this file "in file"? Because I don't see the /profiles/ directory
How to remove this hook call?
Can someone tell where to edit this?


Kindred

Hooks are identified in the database.
smf_themes table
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Arantor

No, they're in the smf_settings table. And isn't there a UI in admin for it?
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Diego Andrés

Yes there is, should be in the maintenance area.

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GL700Wing

The hooks for this mod are being installed via a 'database' element in the package_info.xml file and because of this are not being removed when the mod is uninstalled unless the 'Remove all data associated with this modification' option is selected - this is why the hooks errors are occurring after the mod is uninstalled.

The workaround for this is to install/uninstall the hooks via 'hook' elements in the package_info.xml file - updated mod installation file attached.
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Quote from: Arantor on February 09, 2024, 09:12:33 AMNo, they're in the smf_settings table. And isn't there a UI in admin for it?

Whoops, right...   that's what I get for answering before I had my coffee
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