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fcostapb

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Posted: 11/05/2018, 6:30 AM Quote message

Another situation is the updates (improvements and bug fixes) of the tool, the forum itself is all that stopped.
Can someone tell me if the company has abandoned the implementation of the codecharge studio, if it will not give more support ... this is all very vague, it seems that they do not exist as a company.
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DataDoIT
Posted: 11/05/2018, 6:48 PM Quote message

Site is alive and forum is still alive. Their typical release period is
around 3 years, for which we're still in that window. So assume it's
still active until all channels go dark.
ckroon

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Posted: 11/13/2018, 12:25 PM Quote message

It would be nice if we had some assurance that this product was not dead.
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Posted: 11/14/2018, 10:28 AM Quote message

Well good news and bad news. I reached out to Customer Support to ask them if CCS was still being developed.

Response:

CodeCharge Studio is still being developed, although at slow pace due to its complexity and other factors.
Generally we do not provide information about future updates, but I do not believe we will be releasing any major upgrades in the near future.

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Posted: 11/17/2018, 4:01 AM Quote message

Quote ckroon:
Well good news and bad news. I reached out to Customer Support to ask them if CCS was still being developed.

Response:

CodeCharge Studio is still being developed, although at slow pace due to its complexity and other factors.
Generally we do not provide information about future updates, but I do not believe we will be releasing any major upgrades in the near future.

That is a NULL answer! Our question is can we develop with CCS AND PHP 7 before the internet providers ban PHP < 7.
There is no answer to that question, which means we have to look for another RAD.
This means lots of customers for CCS get lost and this means CCS is done! Byebye!

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Posted: 11/17/2018, 8:27 AM Quote message

If you look at the updates page, it clearly states that CCS supports PHP
v7, while also fixing many issues with PHP v5.5+.

http://support.yessoftware.com/updates.asp

Personally, running a PHPv7 phone company backoffice on the AWS
infrastructure supporting thousands of users internally and externally,
globally, and haven't run into any issues that could not be conquered.

CCS was and still is WELL ahead of it's time. Brilliant world class
developer(s). Absolutely horrid business person (people). Hard to find
the two traits together - Gates, Zuckerberg, Bezos, being the exceptions.
DonWolli


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Posted: 11/17/2018, 11:50 AM Quote message

Quote DataDoIT:
...
Personally, running a PHPv7 phone company backoffice on the AWS
infrastructure supporting thousands of users internally and externally,
globally, and haven't run into any issues that could not be conquered.
...
This sounds interesting .. , PHP 7.0 7.1 or 7.2?

Others reported that they have problem and I even could not find a "switch" for PHP 7

I would like to go on using CCS (i use it since 2.0) because I agree its still better than other RADs.

Tell us more about your experience using CCS with PHP 7

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Posted: 11/17/2018, 12:42 PM Quote message

No no no. CodeCharge "supports PHP7", not written "for PHP7". There's a
difference. It will (should) not break if your server is running PHP v7,
such as mine. You will have the ability to write your own custom code
utilizing the new features.
http://php.net/manual/en/migration70.new-features.php

Using namespaces is a little tricky, but putting the declarations at the
top of your *_events files will suffice most of the time.

This is no different than incorporating the latest jQuery library,
HTML5, CSS3, etc. As long as those libraries are backwards compatible
enough to support the latest codebase generated by CodeCharge we'll be
okay.

Now getting CodeCharge to manage memory better to curtail the many
crashes, that's a different story.
DonWolli


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Posted: 11/19/2018, 6:46 AM Quote message

Quote DataDoIT:
....

Using namespaces is a little tricky, but putting the declarations at the
top of your *_events files will suffice most of the time.

This is no different than incorporating the latest jQuery library,
HTML5, CSS3, etc. As long as those libraries are backwards compatible
enough to support the latest codebase generated by CodeCharge we'll be
okay.

Now getting CodeCharge to manage memory better to curtail the many
crashes, that's a different story.
As far as I understand you need to modify CCS files ... if you got it to work
please tell us how ...
e.g. how substitute the mysql functions by mysqli functions ..

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Posted: 11/19/2018, 9:57 PM Quote message

Modifications would depend on application complexity, but a simple example "DataDoIT" would be very
helpful to those in the forum. :-)
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Posted: 11/19/2018, 9:58 PM Quote message

Modifications would depend on application complexity, but a simple example "DataDoIT" would be very
helpful to those in the forum. :-)
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Posted: 11/19/2018, 9:59 PM Quote message

Modifications would depend on application complexity, but a simple example "DataDoIT" would be very
helpful to those in the forum. :-)
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Posted: 11/28/2018, 5:47 AM Quote message

I made some tries with Blog from the examples pack delivered with CCS5.1 PHP errors set to error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_NOTICE);
Results PHP 7.0
got some Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in masterpage.php blocksearch and main_events
Apllication seems to work on first view (if you put dispay errors to off)
Results PHP 7.1

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsGridHotPosts_Grid has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php on line 16

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsHotPosts_GridDataSource has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php on line 172

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsGridHotBlogs_Grid has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php on line 256

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsHotBlogs_GridDataSource has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php on line 411

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsDBInternetDB has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 101

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 32

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 32

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 35

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 36

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 37

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start.php:16) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Common.php on line 233

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 55

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 56

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 226

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 227

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 228

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 229

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Style.php on line 227

Warning: Illegal string offset 'OnClick' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Login.php on line 243

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Login.php on line 244

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Block_Login.php on line 245

Warning: Illegal string offset 'AfterInitialize' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp71/ExBlog/Start_events.php on line 6

Design does not work correctly, images are missing, margins/padding incorrect
On the first view page seems to work (in display mode, not tested in edit mode)

Results PHP 7.2

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsDBInternetDB has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 101

Warning: session_start(): Cannot start session when headers already sent in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 32

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 35

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 36

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 37

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 233

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 55

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 56

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 226

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 227

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 228

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 229

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Style.php on line 227



Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; clsDBInternetDB has a deprecated constructor in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 101

Warning: session_start(): Cannot start session when headers already sent in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 32

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 35

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 36

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 37

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php:101) in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Common.php on line 233

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 55

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Designs/Dark/MasterPage.php on line 56

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 226

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 227

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 228

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Search.php on line 229

Warning: Illegal string offset 'BeforeShow' in /kunden/210810_57632/webseiten/work/_ccsphp72/ExBlog/Block_Style.php on line 227

seems to be quite rhe same errors as in PHP 7.1
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Posted: 11/28/2018, 11:29 AM Quote message

I am at the same place you are.. with the same deprecated errors.

Anyone know how to proceed?

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Posted: 11/29/2018, 12:10 AM Quote message

I let phpstan.org analyse the classes.php to check php 7 compat:
Result:
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Line | test.php |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|...
| 2767 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2767 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2768 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2768 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2769 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2769 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2770 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2770 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2786 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2786 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2787 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2787 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2788 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2788 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2789 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2789 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2805 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2805 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2806 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2806 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2807 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2807 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2808 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2808 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2827 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2827 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2828 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2828 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2829 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2829 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2830 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2830 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
...
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Other errors were mainly not found errors
try it yourself

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Posted: 11/29/2018, 12:11 AM Quote message

I let phpstan.org analyse the classes.php to check php 7 compat:
Result:
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Line | test.php |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|...
| 2767 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2767 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2768 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2768 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2769 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2769 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2770 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2770 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2786 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2786 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2787 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2787 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2788 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2788 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2789 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2789 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2805 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2805 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2806 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2806 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2807 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2807 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2808 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2808 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2827 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2827 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2828 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2828 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function max expects array, int given. |
| 2829 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2829 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2830 | Parameter #2 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
| 2830 | Parameter #3 ...$arg1 of function min expects array, int given. |
...
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Other errors were mainly not found errors
try it yourself

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Posted: 11/29/2018, 12:13 AM Quote message

I let phpstan.org analyse the classes.php to check php 7 compat:
Other errors were mainly not found errors
try it yourself, text here is limited to 10240 chars , thats by far to short

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Posted: 11/29/2018, 3:40 AM Quote message

I let phpstan.org analyse the classes.php to check php 7 compat:
Other errors were mainly not found errors
try it yourself, text here is limited to 10240 chars , thats by far to short

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Posted: 11/30/2018, 7:01 PM Quote message

\PHP 7 - Rasmus Lerdorf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYTKm2oUzAg
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Posted: 12/01/2018, 2:20 PM Quote message

CCSMINER: what do you want to say with your message ...
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CCSMINER: what do you want to say with your message ...
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Posted: 12/03/2018, 5:18 PM Quote message

Quote DonWolli:
CCSMINER: what do you want to say with your message ...
CCS IDE not compatible with PHP 7.x at this point.

With that said, we still hope the excellent developers of CCS will provide a new version, truly compatible with PHP 7.x
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Posted: 12/05/2018, 8:07 PM Quote message

Here's a quick publish of the Employee Directory sample project onto AWS
with latest PHP7 and MariaDb.

http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/

PHP info: http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/phpinfo.php

I'll take it down in a few days. Just letting you folks know PHP7 is
fine with CCS. Just minor edits with illegal string offsets when CCS
binds events.

//BindEvents Method @1-17538124
function BindEvents()
{
global $Login;
global $CCSEvents;
$CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents["OnClick"] =
"Login_Button_DoLogin_OnClick";
$CCSEvents["AfterInitialize"] = "Page_AfterInitialize";
}
//End BindEvents Method

No issues with mysqli as written by CodeCharge.

DonWolli


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Posted: 12/05/2018, 11:36 PM Quote message

Quote DataDoIT:
Here's a quick publish of the Employee Directory sample project onto AWS
with latest PHP7 and MariaDb.

http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/

PHP info: http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/phpinfo.php

I'll take it down in a few days. Just letting you folks know PHP7 is
fine with CCS. Just minor edits with illegal string offsets when CCS
binds events.

//BindEvents Method @1-17538124
function BindEvents()
{
global $Login;
global $CCSEvents;
$CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents["OnClick"] =
"Login_Button_DoLogin_OnClick";
$CCSEvents["AfterInitialize"] = "Page_AfterInitialize";
}
//End BindEvents Method

No issues with mysqli as written by CodeCharge.


I looked at your example andit works absolutely nice.

What Modifications did you do except BindEvents?

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Posted: 12/05/2018, 11:49 PM Quote message

Quote DataDoIT:
Here's a quick publish of the Employee Directory sample project onto AWS
with latest PHP7 and MariaDb.

http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/

PHP info: http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/phpinfo.php

I'll take it down in a few days. Just letting you folks know PHP7 is
fine with CCS. Just minor edits with illegal string offsets when CCS
binds events.

//BindEvents Method @1-17538124
function BindEvents()
{
global $Login;
global $CCSEvents;
$CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents["OnClick"] =
"Login_Button_DoLogin_OnClick";
$CCSEvents["AfterInitialize"] = "Page_AfterInitialize";
}
//End BindEvents Method

No issues with mysqli as written by CodeCharge.


I looked at your example andit works absolutely nice.

What Modifications did you do except BindEvents?

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DonWolli


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Posted: 12/05/2018, 11:51 PM Quote message

Quote DataDoIT:
Here's a quick publish of the Employee Directory sample project onto AWS
with latest PHP7 and MariaDb.

http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/

PHP info: http://ec2-35-173-245-219.compute-1.amazonaws.com/phpinfo.php

I'll take it down in a few days. Just letting you folks know PHP7 is
fine with CCS. Just minor edits with illegal string offsets when CCS
binds events.

//BindEvents Method @1-17538124
function BindEvents()
{
global $Login;
global $CCSEvents;
$CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents = []; //Update CCS
$Login->Button_DoLogin->CCSEvents["OnClick"] =
"Login_Button_DoLogin_OnClick";
$CCSEvents["AfterInitialize"] = "Page_AfterInitialize";
}
//End BindEvents Method

No issues with mysqli as written by CodeCharge.


I looked at your example and it works absolutely fine.

What Modifications did you do except BindEvents?

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Posted: 12/07/2018, 8:29 PM Quote message

What version of CCS are you building with PHP 7.2.x?

Tweeks to generated code obviously works, but what additional tweeks are required, just within this one method?

Thankyou for sharing.
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