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About RocketRod

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  1. I remember reading about Strict Standards errors before, and thought, "glad I don't have that issue". Now for a complete re-install. Many thanks to everyone. Got some work to do.
  2. I don't want to install a new copy. It was running just fine for a couple of years, until a forced upgrade to php 5.6.
  3. My host upgraded hardware and php & mySQL to versions 5.6 for both. I did change the mysql password in the local.config.ini, but am getting these errors. Can someone point me where to look to fix them? Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/XXXX/public_html/fXXXXphpvms/core/classes/Vars.class.php on line 74 Strict Standards: Accessing static property Logout::$post as non static in /home/XXXX/public_html/XXXX/phpvms/core/classes/CodonModule.class.php on line 67 Strict Standards: Accessing static property Logout::$get as non static in /home/XXXX/public_html/XXXX/phpvms/core/classes/CodonModule.class.php on line 68 Strict Standards: Accessing static property Logout::$controller as non static in /XXXX/rocke2/public_html/XXXX/phpvms/core/classes/CodonModule.class.php on line 70 Strict Standards: Accessing static property Logout::$activeModule as non staticin /home/XXXX/public_html/XXXX/phpvms/core/classes/CodonModule.class.php on line 73 Thanks!
  4. Is it possible to also add hours to this search? ( <2, 2-3, 3-4, 4> ) ? Thanks!
  5. try <center> <p>copyright © 2013 - 2014 <?php echo date('Y') ?> - <?php echo SITE_NAME; ?><br /> <!-- Please retain this!! It's part of the phpVMS license. You must display a "powered by phpVMS" somewhere on your page. Thanks! --> <a href="http://www.phpvms.net" target="_blank">Powered by phpVMS</a> | Designed by <a href="http://www.zumeweb.com" target="_blank">Zumeweb.com</a></p> <link rel="shortcut icon" href="/favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"> <link rel="icon" href="/favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"> </center>
  6. Toby, Near the top of your core_navigation.tpl there is a line, // Show these if they haven't logged in yet, put the link there. On the other issue, you have someting wrong on the install of the module (wrong directory or typo in the link).
  7. Jamboy, If you were to add that to the Admin panel, then the PIREP would be credited to the Admin that is logged on. To credit another pilot, you would have to add code to all the files it takes to generate a manual PIREP, which then all pilots would have to scroll through to pick their ID. You can save/reject/edit and add custom fields in the Admin panel so to me, I don't see a need to alter the existing way of adding a manual PIREP.
  8. Either you need to set a base price for each pax, or enter the price when you are ready to approve the PIREP. Please don't become a "logbook service" by automatically approving PIREPS.
  9. This is not schedules. This is PIREPS. When a pilot uses kACARS to submit a PIREP, there is a box where he can insert his routing. Once that PIREP is submitted to phpVMS, the routing data of that PIREP is only editable through the DB. I want to edit the routing data of that PIREP in phpVMS without going into the DB.
  10. After looking at it again, the pilot has no area where they have any type of permission within phpVMS to edit a PIREP. So an admin will have to do it. In kACARS, you can enter a route prior to submitting the PIREP. Let's say the pilot enters KLAX SID DAG V587 BLD J60 DBL STAR KDEN. phpVMS doesn't understand SID or Star so it just draws a straight line on the map with the departure and arrival points, nothing in between. In order to fix that currently, the admin has to go into the db and delete the SID & STAR from that record. I don't want to go into the db to do minor tasks. Should be able to edit in the PIREP.
  11. In the Details drop down, Routes. 24 hours. Thanks!
  12. Either/or. Once you submit the PIREP in kACARS, there is limited editing in phpVMS. And the Route section is one that so far as I can tell is not editable through phpVMS.
  13. Can this be done in PIREP Edit instead of going into the DB? Sure would be nice. Even as the submitter, you can't.
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