Upon upgrading to 7.7.5, in old themes the add dashlets its not working to fix you must change MySugar.js
where you see
This fix will work for both old themes and new themes.
Thank you for the info however this fix did not work for me. I am still receiving the warning message and can not add a dashlet.
Witch theme are you using so I can make a few tests.
I also tried SuiteP and SuiteT - I am getting the same error and can not add dashlets.
Try updating to 7.7.6 they fixed the issue.
Now I can not access anything! My login screen shows this:
Warning: Declaration of SugarEmailAddress::save($id, $module, $new_addrs = Array, $primary = ‘’, $replyTo = ‘’, $invalid = ‘’, $optOut = ‘’, $in_workflow = false) should be compatible with SugarBean::save($check_notify = false) in /home/xxx/public_html/xxxx/include/SugarEmailAddress/SugarEmailAddress.php on line 1162
Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/starnet/public_html/snscats/include/SugarEmailAddress/SugarEmailAddress.php:1162) in /home/xxxx/public_html/xxxx//include/MVC/SugarApplication.php on line 619
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/starnet/public_html/snscats/include/SugarEmailAddress/SugarEmailAddress.php:1162) in /home/xxxx/public_html/xxxx/include/utils.php on line 2802
Warning: session_regenerate_id(): Cannot regenerate session id - headers already sent in /home/xxxx/public_html/xxxx/modules/Users/Authenticate.php on line 49
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/xxxx/public_html/xxxx/include/SugarEmailAddress/SugarEmailAddress.php:1162) in /home/starnet/public_html/snscats/modules/Users/Authenticate.php on line 115
oh yeah…and I still can not add dashlets.
The erros that you are reporting, looks like some configuration issues.
see the following threads
You must in your php.ini display_errors set it off there are some issues with that
also give permissions to your data
What I do is set:
chmod 755 $(find [color=#ff0000]yourCRMfolderhere[/color] -type d)
chmod 644 $(find [color=#ff0000]yourCRMfolderhere[/color] -type f)
this will give 755 to the directories and 644 to the files
chown -R apache:apache [color=#ff0000]yourCRMfolderhere[/color] – if you are using apache as a web user
:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:
Thank you! That worked! it’s always the dang php.ini file!
SuiteCRM you rock!