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    Hello,
    I wonder if anyone has encountered an error similar to the one below. I have deployed my application using FTP and followed the instruction as described in scriptcase webhelp where I set up the connection to the MYSQL database etc. All the file structure and folders on the remote server are the same as in the development system at home . I tested the connection on the remote server and the connection was successful. When I run my home page however I get the error below:

    Fatal error: Unable to read 4096 bytes in /home/online56/public_html/scriptcase/devel/class/xmlparser/nmXmlparser.class.php on line 0

    All my applications work very well in my development system at home with Apache / localhost and scriptcase, so I do not understand why the fatal error occurs on the remote server. The production environment uses Apache version 2.2.13 (UNIX) with PHP version 5.2.10, MySQL version 5.0.81-community-log and and Linux operating system.

    Thank you for any help or suggestion that can fix this problem.
    Best Regards
    Francis

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    fatal error in production environement

    This is a followup post to " fatal error in production environment" . In the previous post I mentioned that all my applications are running fine on my local machine, but when I deployed it on the remote server I got the error. -
    Fatal error: Unable to read 4096 bytes in /home/online56/public_html/scriptcase/devel/class/xmlparser/nmXmlparser.class.php on line 0
    Could this be because the php code generated by scriptcase is encoded with Zend guard or Zend Optimizer ? I tried to open the nmXMLparser.php file manually and it tells me that it is not a text file. Perhaps that is the reason my applications do not run on the remote server. Can any scriptcase developer answer this question whether the scriptcase generated code is encoded with Zend Guard etc. Should I ask the hosting company to install something extra that can decode and run the php code generated by scriptcase ? Please let me know. Thanks
    Francis

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      Re: fatal error in production environment

      How much is the memory limit value?

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