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  1. #1
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    Fatal error: Call to a member function postage_country_display() on a non-object

    Hello guys

    I'm pulling out my last remaining hairs with this PHP problem. I'm not really good at PHP but I'm trying to do some changes to a script as instructed by the developer, but apparently I got some wrong instructions. The error I get is:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function postage_country_display() on a non-object in file.php on line 34

    I've been searching the web high and low and can't seem to find a solution. Does anyone have a hint at what might be wrong?



    Here is the code that's causing the problem and the class.

    Code:

    PHP Code:
    $template->set('items_id'intval($_REQUEST['items_id']));

    $item_details $db->get_sql_row("SELECT * FROM " DB_PREFIX "items WHERE
        items_id='" 
    intval($_REQUEST['items_id']) . "'");

    $unCountryPrice unserialize(stripslashes($db->add_special_chars($item_details['country_postage'])));
                
    // print_r($unCountryPrice);
            
            
    $postageCountry $item->postage_country_display($unCountryPrice,$item_details['currency']);
            
             
    $template->set('postageCountry'$postageCountry);
        
        
    $template->set('item_details'$item_details); 
    And here is the class:

    PHP Code:
    function postage_country_display($unCountryPrice,$currency) {
          if (
    is_array($unCountryPrice)) {
                
            
    $postageCountry "<table border=\"0\" cellspacing=\"0\" cellpadding=\"0\">
    "
    ;
            
    $fees = new fees();
            while (list(
    $k,$v)= each($unCountryPrice)){
                   
    $cQueyr $this->query("SELECT a.name as name1,b.name as name2 FROM " DB_PREFIX "countries a LEFT JOIN " DB_PREFIX "countries b ON (a.parent_id = b.id) WHERE a.id = '"$k ."'"); 
                    
    $cRow $this->fetch_array($cQueyr);
                    
                    
    $postageCountry.="<tr><td>". ($cRow['name2']==""?$cRow['name1']:$cRow['name2'].' > '.$cRow['name1']) ."</td><td>&nbsp;".$currency.' '.number_format($v,2)."</td></tr>";
                   }
             
    $postageCountry.="</table>";
             }
            return  
    $postageCountry

  2. #2
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    I forgot to mention, when I uncomment this line:

    // print_r($unCountryPrice);

    and comment the line below instead, then it outputs the script correctly and also the variables correctly on top of the HTML page like this:

    Array ( [2084] => 1.00 [1903] => 2.00 )

    Maybe that helps.
    Last edited by shannont; 03-08-2012 at 02:21 PM.

  3. #3
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    Got it working. I had to move the code under where $item is defined. CASE CLOSED!

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