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error message 03 Dec 2015 12:43 #13703

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hello,
I just added 2 date fields to my component. Installing the new version on my localhost gives an error message which tells this:
Fatal error: Class 'ProgrammesClassView' not found in C:\wamp\www\administrator\components\com_programmes\views\cpanel\view.html.php on line 32
I'm on joomla 3.4.3 and php 5.5.12
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error message 03 Dec 2015 13:21 #13707

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Thank you for giving your component name (without needing to ask you, lol)
I tried your component and it works for me.
It works also in sandbox.


> Does the other pages work ?
> Do you have forks ?
> Check the presence of : classes/view/view.php

If 'NO' to all previous question :
So then it can be a 'auto-loader' issue. Caused by the name.
Try to include 'classes/view/view.php' manually in the loader of your component.

I am very interrested by this because I didn't changed anything there. So it seems to be a special case.
It can also be a mistake from me because I uploaded a fix yesterday, so it could be collateral issue.

Please tell me more about what you find. And if you have others question, please ask.
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error message 03 Dec 2015 13:55 #13709

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This message comes up when installing the component and it is not possible to go further on. I do not have any acces to the component then.
The only difference between this component and the previous one (which works fine) is the addition of 2 date type fields.
Concerning your questions:
no forks,
all the pages of this joomla site work locally
classes/view/view.php is present
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error message 03 Dec 2015 14:22 #13710

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Did you checked presence of classes/view/view.php inside the archive ?

Really strange.
After install, your files might be there, even if you get the message. Check the component folder : administrator\components\com_programmes\

Because this file is required for View, so it is executing it from installed files.
The error proves it, because it is raised from your component, not from Joomla install.
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error message 03 Dec 2015 19:45 #13727

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this file is present in the archive.
And in the right directory too. The error message I get tells there is an error at line 32 of this view.php. (see first post)
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error message 03 Dec 2015 20:01 #13728

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I downloaded your component and it works for me.
Joomla latest version ? 3.4.x ?

I think you should consider that there is a problem in your Joomla install.
The classes are loaded automatically trough the auto-loader. (JLoader)

It is maybe an override somewhere or I don't know, wich is causing the problem.
In case, try to force the loading of the class file in the loader.php. (not forkable at the moment)
TIP: You can fork your main helper, and include extra files there (not recommended, but possible if you want to write in a fork)

Try on a fresh install of Joomla.
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error message 03 Dec 2015 21:31 #13730

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Finally, I got it to work changing the loader to legacy !!!
I don't know why but the main thing is that it works now !!
thanks for the fast and efficient support
with my best regards
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error message 27 Jan 2016 18:59 #13784

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I had the same problem installing a new version of my project.so this was not a standalone case I did use legacy mode and now it works again.

Joomla 3.4.8
cook 2.8 + legacy worked
Koen
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error message 30 Jan 2016 09:50 #13789

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This is really strange.
Can you tell me wich project, please ?
So I will try to understand.
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error message 31 Jan 2016 16:45 #13793

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hello,
the project name is Programmes.
thanks for investigating
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