Correcting Update Error in Oxwall 1.6 (Solved)

Are you receiving a funny error message each time you want to update a particular theme or plugin in the new Oxwall 1.6? We know just how you feel. After updating a few dozen sites for customers it became apparent that this error was a serious pain. Looks like our friends at ewtnet.com felt the same way.

Notice: Use of undefined constant E_DEPRECATED – assumed ‘E_DEPRECATED’ in /public_html/1.6/ow_core/error_manager.php on line 144

If you are receiving the above error message there is no need to panic, it’s basically so people running the latest version of PHP won’t have problems. Just follow the steps below and in a matter of seconds you will be able to update your themes and plugins without error messages.

Simple Steps To Resolving The Error Messages

  • Logon to your FTP/cPanel account
  • In your Oxwall installation path open the ow_core folder and edit error_manager.php(Note: You should download this file before making any changes to it).
  • In line 137 – 140 replace

case E_NOTICE:
case E_USER_NOTICE:
case E_STRICT:
case E_DEPRECATED:

  • With

case E_ALL:
case E_USER_NOTICE:
case E_STRICT:
case E_NOTICE:

Thank you,
Charles Benson,  OxwallAccessories

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Credit to Ewtnet.com for the blog content.

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