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    Hi!

    I've been getting this error for no particular reason lately, any suggestions what I could check and/or do?!

    "Warning: Offset 0 is invalid for MySQL result index 20 in /usr/local/httpd/htdocs/vbb/admin/db_mysql.php on line 187"

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    when do you get this error what are you doing ?
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    • #3
      It occurs when showing a thread that has at least one reply. You get on of those error-message per reply.

      I've searched your forum and ran over this problem at least 6-7 times with no answer. I have payed a lot of money for this software and now I can't seem to use it.

      I use VBB 2.2.1.
      Last edited by Patrik; Wed 2nd Jan '02, 6:57am.

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      • #4
        Can you post a URL where this error occurs? Also if you only allow registered members to view, you should provide us with a test account as well.
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        • #5
          Re: db_mysql.php-Error

          Originally posted by Patrik
          Hi!

          I've been getting this error for no particular reason lately, any suggestions what I could check and/or do?!

          "Warning: Offset 0 is invalid for MySQL result index 20 in /usr/local/httpd/htdocs/vbb/admin/db_mysql.php on line 187"
          courtesy of Firefly

          in db_mysql.php replace:
          Code:
              return mysql_data_seek($this->query_id, $pos);
          with:
          Code:
              return @mysql_data_seek($this->query_id, $pos);
          (line 187)

          This is a problem when a forum doesn't have any smilies in the database.
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