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DB Access Error - debug_print_backtrace() OUTPUT START driving me crazy
I continuously see the above error when I open TestLink or change to a different module. It drives em crazy and I cannot seem to figure out what the problem is.
I get it with different versions of Testlink (1.9.0, 1.9.9, 1.9.10) and it does not matter if I try to import existing data (impossible, it seems) or even when I do a fresh install on a freshly installed Linux (OpenSUSe 13.1) system. It is either that, or looking at a blank screen after install (older versions). MySQL (Mariadb), Apache2 and PHP5.4.2 are all running properly. Rights of the Testlink directory are correct, as far as I can see (wwwrun:www as chown and 0755 as far as access rights go. upload_area and logs are 0777 of course.
Any insights that may help? Is testlink still used by many at all? I don seem to see much traffic on the Forum in this area?
Cheers and thanks in advance,
I am getting the same error, however on a different scenario.
I am trying to bulk assign test cases to my test plan ['Add/Remove Test Cases' link]. For a particular test specification folder which has 290 TC's, bulk operation performs assignment for 236 TC's, ignores the rest and throws this error: [I am using TL 1.9.10]
DB Access Error - debug_print_backtrace() OUTPUT START
#0 database->exec_query() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/tree.class.php:486]
#1 tree->_get_path() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/tree.class.php:418]
#2 tree->get_path() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/testcase.class.php:1590]
#3 testcase->getPrefix() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/testplan.class.php:611]
#4 testplan->tcversionInfoForAudit() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/testplan.class.php:650]
#5 testplan->link_tcversions() called at [/var/www/html/testlink/lib/plan/planAddTC.php:88]
Fatal error: Call to a member function RecordCount() on a non-object in /var/www/html/testlink/lib/functions/database.class.php on line 517
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