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invalid argument supplied foreach ... [solved] 8 Years, 10 Months ago  
I am using Joomlawatch latestversion 1.2.0 and when on All-Time stats tab shows:

components\com_joomlawatch\class.joomlawatch.html.php on line 80

any solution?

Tx<br><br>Post edited by: matto, at: 2008/01/15 19:52
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Re:invalid argument supplied foreach ...s 8 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 31
Damn, you are right it's a bug..
It appears on systems that have different table prefix than jos_..

In that query and the other one below, there is jos_joomlawatch_info instead of #__joomlawatch_info (universal)

I corrected this error so please just re-download the whole .zip file and re-install.

Sorry for that, it should work now.

Thank you<br><br>Post edited by: matto, at: 2008/01/15 19:28
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Re:invalid argument supplied foreach ...s 8 Years, 10 Months ago  
Instead of doing a reinstall, you can also just edit line 68 and 70 of /components/com_joomlawatch/class.joomlawatch.html.php and change &quot;jos_joomlawatch_info&quot; to &quot;#__joomlawatch_info&quot;.

It's what i did and it's working now.
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Re:invalid argument supplied foreach ...s 8 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 31
Yes, that's another option <br><br>Post edited by: matto, at: 2008/01/15 19:54
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