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    This message was posted elsewhere but after struggling with the problem for few days (including export/import App) I consider this to be a bug. I have no access to source and no matter what I do I get the same error. It seems that for some reason SC keeps adding SS library (which obviously has a bug). Even despite this LIB is unchecked from the project.
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    When trying to deleted record (from the form) I het following error:

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class scSSN in C:\Program Files (x86)\NetMake\v81\wwwroot\scriptcase\app\TECREP\fm _c_expcategory\sc_ssn.php on line 3

    The form has nothing fancy, no extra code or libs. Of course PHP file is obfuscated so cannot see the code, although
    the beginning start from this

    PHP Code:
    class scSSN{

        
    // Populate this variable with the high group list provided by the Social Security Administration:
        // http://www.ssa.gov/employer/ssnvhighgroup.htm

        // We only want the numbers. Omit the explanatory text at the beginning of the file.
        // This list is from May 2008
        
    private $highgroup =
    '001 08  002 06    003 06    004 11    005 11*    006 08
    007 08    008 92    009 92  010 92  011 92  012 92
    013 92    014 92    015 92    016 92    017 92    018 92
    019 92    020 92*    021 90    022 90    023 90    024 90 
    and obviously line 3 says nothing and the sc_ssn.php is unchecked

    Any ideas how to get rid of this ?


    PS> Admin - please remove the message posted in General SC forum.
    AT THIS MOMENT I'M STUCK !

    ARTHUR
    Last edited by aka; 05-05-2016, 08:37 PM.
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    Arthur Klisiewicz
    dATA POINT SOFTWARE
    www.datapointsoftware.com
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