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Topic: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
autotech

Replies: 19
Views: 53763

PostForum: RSS2HTML (RSS to HTML Converter)   Posted: Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:40 am   Subject: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
I spoke with support about the script still not working in PHP 5.3*. Supposedly they are aware and working on an update. Your guess is as good as mine as far as when it will be available.
Topic: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
autotech

Replies: 19
Views: 53763

PostForum: RSS2HTML (RSS to HTML Converter)   Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:21 am   Subject: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
Hi Bobby:

You've confirmed what I thought. That this update does not correct the PHP 5.3* problem which I still have on my test server.

As far as I can tell, in my situation, it may have failed with the same error from an update to a leter version of PHP 5.2* by my host -- and the updated files corrected that. That's my guess anyway.

If you want support to fix it. You better call and make noise. They obviously ingore these forums for long periods of time.
Topic: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
autotech

Replies: 19
Views: 53763

PostForum: RSS2HTML (RSS to HTML Converter)   Posted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:51 pm   Subject: PHP 5.30 (Snow Leopard) & RSS2HTML.php problem
I installed the updated file and still have a problem.

I installed rss2html just a few days ago and it was working on my host server. Then this morning it stopped and I got the same error everyone else is talking about. I assumed my server upgraded to PHP 5.3*.

I installed the new files and it now works on my host server, but I just looked and my host and it has not upgraded to 5.3, it's 5.2.10.

However, my test server is PHP 5.3.1, and the script still does not work on the test server, and produces the same error at the include -- only pointing to a different line (due to the longer new script).

Can some one else please test the new script on PHP 5.3* and confirm what I'm getting?

Thanks.
Topic: Future RSS
autotech

Replies: 0
Views: 40064

PostForum: SQL2RSS (MySQL to RSS Feed Creator)   Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:56 pm   Subject: Future RSS
Does the Future RSS script apply to sql2rss?
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:11 am   Subject: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
Jim,

Correction:

Entry #2 and #3 are from a different rss script used on my forums, and they seem to be in the correct order.

Entry #1, #4 and #5 are sql2rss.

Alex
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:32 am   Subject: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
Hi Jim,

I spoke with Jeremy and he suggested I let you know that all feeds are coming from the same feedforall sql2rss scripts.

I also noticed that if you view source at the subject feed: http://www.realworldautomotive.com/questions-and-answers/rss/feed.html

And look closely, you'll see that the elements are not backwards (old to new from the top) but they are completely random.

I also noticed that if I raise the "itemCount" on the subject feed in the mesh script, to a number higher than the actual number of feeds, they will all appear on the mesh feed. So with a lower "itemCount" it is cutting out the newer elements (or possibly cutting them out randomly, like the order they are in the source).

The problem may very well be affecting all feeds, but the other's have such a low number of elements it has not yet been noticed.

It sure seems like the sql2rss scripts, not the mesh scripts, need to be fixed in order to sort the elements correctly.

Let me know what you think.

Thank you,

Alex
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 6:17 pm   Subject: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
Not sure exactly what you want me to do with this script.

The mesh script was working and stopped working, as you can see where the last file from entry #1 stopped on July 25.

I want to fix the problem. I do not want to do a major work-around to cover up the problem.

How can we find out exactly what's wrong? Can we have the php writers take a look at it?

I still don't see what you mean by the entry #1 RSS feed being backwards. It's displaying elements newest from top to bottom like all the rest.

Thank you.
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:53 am   Subject: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
With both at (1) nothing changes. It sounded to me that he was referring to the Entry #1 feed itself being backwards, nothing wrong in the mesh files.

There's gotta be an answer. What would you like to try next?
Topic: missing feed in mesh
autotech

Replies: 0
Views: 14292

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:52 am   Subject: missing feed in mesh
With both at (1) nothing changes. It sounded to me that he was referring to the Entry #1 feed itself being backwards, nothing wrong in the mesh files.

There's gotta be an answer. What would you like to try next?
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:50 pm   Subject: $sortOutputByPubDate
Hi Jim,

I can only find $sortOutputByPubDate in the rssMesh.php file and the feed.php file in the mesh directory. rssMesh.php is at 1 and feed.php is at 0. Changing either one does not fix the problem.

$sortOutputByPubDate is not present in any of the files for the individual feeds.

So what makes Entry #1 backwards?

Alex
Topic: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
autotech

Replies: 9
Views: 91544

PostForum: RSSmesh (Automatic Feed Aggregator)   Posted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 10:48 am   Subject: RSSmesh Missing Entry #1 ????
Here's the URL for the RSS mesh combining 5 feeds:

http://www.realworldautomotive.com/rss/mix/feed.html

And below is the script from the /feed.php file

Entry #1 is http://www.realworldautomotive.com/questions-and-answers/rss/feed.html

which is a good feed with new files entered up to today. However, on the mesh feed it stopped displaying new files on from this feed on July 25 (1995 Dodge Ram:).

All other entries are working up to date, all are on the same server, and they all work on the mesh feed except for Entry #1.

Can't figure out why. The data may have stopped going into the mesh from that feed the day I switched servers, but I don't see how that could make a difference, espeacilly seeing that all other entries are working correctly.

Help!


<?PHP

//
// Enable the caching for the resulting XML file.
$useOutputCaching = 0;

//
// The variable $outputCacheTTL controls how many seconds a cached copy of
// resulting RSS feed can be used before it must be recreated.
$outputCacheTTL = 3600;

//
// $XMLTemplate is the XML file that contains the outer, , items
// for the produced feed. This MUST be a valid RSS 2.0 feed without any
// 's. It must also specify "UTF-8" encoding, since all the produced
// items will be in UTF-8.
$XMLTemplate = "rssMesh_Template.xml";

//
// The variable $sortOutputByPubDate controls if the items in the resulting
// feed are sorted by their pubDate's, thus merging them together.
$sortOutputByPubDate = 0;

//
// The variable $feedList defines the feeds that will be used to create
// a new feed with.
$feedList = Array(

// Entry #1
Array("fileURL" => "http://www.realworldautomotive.com/questions-and-answers/rss/feed.html",
"itemCount" => "5",
"feedTTL" => "3600"
)
,

// Entry #2
Array("fileURL" => "http://www.realworldautomotive.c ...
Topic: List of sql2rss Questions for Tech Support
autotech

Replies: 0
Views: 44362

PostForum: SQL2RSS (MySQL to RSS Feed Creator)   Posted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:30 am   Subject: List of sql2rss Questions for Tech Support
Hi,

I haven't recieved a response from the tech support email. So hopefully you'll get my questions here.


1 - I would like to keep the files in a subfolder off the root.

Example: http://www.domain.com/subfolder/mynewconfig.php instead of http://www.domain.com/mynewconfig.php .

But when I do that it messes up the relative links in the item template link, and the relative links I'm using in the description from my DB.

Example: relative link to a file in the root of my site "sitefile.html" comes out http://www.domain.com/subfolder/sitefile.html instead of http://www.domain.com/sitefile.html.

2 - I read about using CSS external links, and I'm familiar with the process. But no matter what I try the CSS has no effect. Instead I've been using some old-fashioned html font coding. Will that cause a problem, and is there a common problem preventing the use of external CSS?

3 - One of the reasons I want to keep the files in a subfolder, is to keep it clean when I use more than one feed. I'm assuming I can just put another set of files in a newly named subfolder, then redo the config file and templates to a different DB table. Is that the best way to do it? (I have to fix the relative link issue in order to do that). Or is there a better method for multiple feeds?

4 - I've been testing out the alternate links for the browser RSS button, but I can't figure out how to make the RSS file open in a new window. The target="_blank" does not work like in a standard link. See below the links I'm using in the head:

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" href="http://www.domain.com/rss.php1" target="_blank" />
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" href="http://www.domain.com/forums/rss.php2" target="_blank"/>

5 - What exactly is "<docs></docs>" for in the "channel template"?

6 - There are all kinds of cross-browser problems:

- All links are no good in Firefox.

- Nothing but code in Chrome

- All ...
Topic: PHP MySQL
autotech

Replies: 6
Views: 12955

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Win)   Posted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 9:41 am   Subject: MySQL
OK. Just one more question.

Is it safe to assume that I won't need to make changes to the database to adapt the RSS feeds.

In other words, if I put together a large database first, and then add the RSS, it won't be a big deal. Or I won't have to go back and redo stuff on the database to format it for the RSS?

Thanks.
Topic: PHP MySQL
autotech

Replies: 6
Views: 12955

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Win)   Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:26 am   Subject: RSS
OK,

I want to have a main RSS feed where it will show a breakdown of all the different dynamic pages, with updates when new parameters are installed. And also be able to place RSS links on the individul pages to narrow down the information for subscribers.

Does that make sense? If this program will work well for my purpose are you guys going to be real-time helpful in taking me through the setup?

Are there forum users who are considered experts and interested in helping with a setup for a fee?

Thanks.
Topic: PHP MySQL
autotech

Replies: 6
Views: 12955

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Win)   Posted: Fri Jan 09, 2009 10:50 am   Subject: MySql
Does FeedForAll work in conjunction with the SQL2RSS script?

It says I must be a registered user to down load the script. I guess that means there is no trial version and I need to buy FeedForAll, then I can download all scripts.

Please explain.

Thanks.
 

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