#members attribute

EXT-Peter.harbeson at nokia.com EXT-Peter.harbeson at nokia.com
Mon Jan 6 10:36:32 PST 2003

Yes, the file paths have been changed, but I thought I had fixed all the absolute paths in the databases. That may be the source of the problem, but I can't find anything specific wrong -- each of the addresses being referenced in the admin and members tables seem to be correct.

Thanks for your help!

Pete Harbeson

-----Original Message-----
From: ext David A. Bayly [mailto:dbayly at udena.ch]
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 01:24 PM
To: Frontier-Users at userland.com
Subject: Re: #members attribute

>This is escaping me at the moment. After upgrading to Frontier 9 and 
>moving to new hardware I'm seeing this error when trying to access 
>editorial functions:
>#members attribute must be either a table or the name of a sub-table 
>or valid address or string in members.root
>As far as I can tell, this refers to the #members object in the 
>site's admin table -- but it IS a valid address in members.root. I 
>sort of have the feeling I'm overlooking something obvious!
>Pete Harbeson

Did you change the file paths to the Guest Database fodler? If yes, 
all the websites that point to addresses in the members root have an 
incorrect path. If you did change the file paths, there is likely a 
lot else wrong too, Frontier is very sensitive to that.

- David Bayly.       Programmer and digest reader.     dbayly at udena dot ch
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