if i visit https://domain.es/index.php/JOURNAL/author/submit
Strange. If i active
show_stacktrace = On
And i visit https://domain.es/index.php/JOURNAL/author/submit. Redirects correctly to https://domain.es/index.php/JOURNAL/author/submit/1
Logs, perhaps, is headers’ problem?
NOTICE: Only variables should be passed by reference (/var/www/domain.es/www/pages/author/AuthorHandler.inc.php:29)
NOTICE: Only variables should be passed by reference (/var/www/domain.es/www/pages/author/AuthorHandler.inc.php:119)
ojs2 has produced an error Message: WARNING: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/domain.es/www/lib/pkp/classes/core/PKPApplication.inc.php:381) In file: /var/www/domain.es/www/lib/pkp/classes/core/PKPRequest.inc.php At line: 87 Stacktrace: Server info: OS: Linux PHP Version: 7.2.24 Apache Version: N/A DB Driver: mysqli DB server version: 10.3.17-MariaDB
NOTICE messages should be cosmetic – i.e. they won’t prevent PHP from continuing – but because they were directed to the browser, OJS was prevented from sending headers. If you configure PHP to direct warnings/errors to the log rather than the browser, then messages like these won’t interfere (and it may solve the problem, e.g. if OJS was trying to redirect the browser to a different page using a header).
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Thanks @asmecher .
You have reason. I activated display errors on config.inc.php for debug. I already deactivated.
I have a problem. author/submit doesn’t redirect to author/submit/1
Log tells 302, but nothing happens.
In branch 2.4.8, where can i see code, where redirect happens?
Thank you very much
@asmecher , sorry, froget it.
I was configuring more php-fpm and apache, and now, it seems that works…