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  • Hi guys,

    In my server error log I have lots of entries as below when a user completes my user registration login page:

    PHP Notice:  Undefined index: snippetNameHere in /core/components/login/model/login/loginhooks.class.php on line 137
    


    Code for the snippetNameHere is to upload a file from the registration page to Dropbox - i'd rather not post for fear of a security breach - any ideas what could be triggering this error in the snippet?

    I have code below included to save the name of the filename being uploaded - I am guessing it might be in these lines?

    $user = & $fields['register.user'];
    $userId = $user->get('id');
    $profile = & $fields['register.profile'];
    $extended = $profile->get('extended');
    $extended['extendedFieldName'] = $upload_filename;
    $profile->set('extended', $extended);
    $profile->save();
    


    Any ideas?

    Cheers,



    dubbs.
    • Every hook listed in the &hooks property has to be either a built-in hook, a file-based hook, or a snippet. The error message is telling you that you have something listed in the &hooks property that isn't any of those, most likely snippet that doesn't exist or whose name is misspelled (it could be case-sensitive).
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      • Quote from: BobRay at Nov 02, 2015, 05:47 PM
        Every hook listed in the &hooks property has to be either a built-in hook, a file-based hook, or a snippet. The error message is telling you that you have something listed in the &hooks property that isn't any of those, most likely snippet that doesn't exist or whose name is misspelled (it could be case-sensitive).

        OK thanks Bob. Odd thing is though... that it is not calling in any snippets that don't exist...

        The error specifies a snippet which exists and is being called correctly as the functionality in it is working... not sure what the error being reported therefore suggests?
        • Does the snippet have any properties? If not, try creating one and see if that has any effect.
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          • No properties no - not sure how to use properties to be honest and don't want to do something which will make the snippet not work on this live site... so i'd rather not experiment tbh. No worries if the bug is not a problem... seems odd though!
            • Adding a property (on the Properties tab when editing the snippet) will have no effect on the operation of the snippet and could prevent the error message (or not), but it's your call.
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