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    Thank you to anyone who can provide some insight as to why I am getting this error message...

    I am using the SC security module. This error "flashes" on the screen as soon a I click the "login" button and just before my main menu appears.

    The "production" environment is running on centos 6 (64 bit). PHP ver 5.3 with mysql backend. I have one other domain (same production environment - separate web space) running on the same server and do not receive the date(): related error.

    I realize this is an error related to PHP function "date_default_timezone_set()"... however, I do not know what is causing the error.

    Is this a error related to SC or is there a setting on the server/PHP.ini that would be triggering this error? It 'feels' like a SC error because the production environment running without the error was deployed prior to SC v 8.00.0023 and it "APPEARS" the date() function is not syntactically correct.

    Thanks again for any help you offer!

    Stu Buck
    Phoenix AZ
    Last edited by stubuck; 12-13-2014, 02:34 PM.

  • #2
    Hi Stubuck,

    Set the default time zone in your php.ini file. this is typically found in /etc/ folder in centos.
    Next also setup your default time zone in the scriptcase adminininstration section, there was a recent addition.

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    • #3
      Thank you Anil for you assistance!

      Stu Buck
      Phoenix AZ