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[PHP] Problem With Cutenews

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I get following problem:

malemees - [PHP] Problem With Cutenews - RaGEZONE Forums


And the code there is:
//----------------------------------
// Notify user if the news were auto-archived
//----------------------------------

//get last auto-archive date
$ladb_content = file("$cutepath/data/auto_archive.db.php");
list($last_archived[year], $last_archived[month]) = split("\|", $ladb_content[0] );
$last_login_year = date("Y", (int)$member_db[9]);
$last_login_month = date("n", (int)$member_db[9]);


if((int)$last_login_month < (int)$last_archived[month] and $last_login_year <= $last_archived[year]){

echo"<tr><td style='padding:3px; border:1px dashed orange; background-color:yellow;' colspan=5 height=1>
<b>Attention!</b><br>
CuteNews has performed auto-archive opperation since your last login at ".date("d M Y H:i:s", $member_db[9])."<br>
If you don't want your news to be auto-archived every month,<br>
you can swith this option off from <a href=\"?mod=options&action=syscon\">System Configurations</a>.

</td></tr>";

}

Please solutions how to fix
 
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Your error reporting of the host you're running your PHP script at is way to high. Use the PHP function error_reporting ( ) and pass a 0 as argument.
 
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date_default_timezone_set('US/Eastern');



for a list of timezones. Make sure that's set in any file that uses date().
 
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Or just change the default timezone in the php.ini file....

Possible, but still his error reporting is too high. If he doesn't want to get fucked over with "index not defined" then he should set it to normal or disable it.
 
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Your error reporting of the host you're running your PHP script at is way to high. Use the PHP function error_reporting ( ) and pass a 0 as argument.

Thanks that was usefull you solved my problem :)

Closed or what ever :D
 
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