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Default Notice: Undefined variable error on input form

Hi Guys,

I'm setting up a form component in Joomla on a local XP server and I'm getting this error message:

Notice: Undefined variable: bInputFields in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\joompla\components\com _marketplace\write_ad.php on line 718

for every input varible.

The actual line reads like:

                if ($isUpdateMode || $bInputFields == 1) {
                    echo "<input class='marketplace' id='surname' type='text' name='surname' value='$ad_surname'>";
                else {
                    echo "<input class='marketplace' id='surname' type='text' name='surname'>";
                <label class="marketplace_right" for="surname"><?php echo JOO_FORM_SURNAME_TEXT; ?></label>

Is there a way to correct this, I will appreciate all input.


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Turn down error reporting in php.ini.

Look at the documentation for the error_reporting directive:


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Are you sure Richard? I'd be tempted to make sure that there weren't any errors being reported before doing that.

Have you set $bInputFields somewhere tobyb?

You should have a line somewhere that says $bInputFields = x. Where x could be a number or string.

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