PDF Export Issue

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  1. ou7l4w1

    ou7l4w1 New Member

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    Since the switch to the new Cpanel, I have not been able to export my Invoices at all. I had no issues with this before the change over but now I can't export to any format. I went to MyPhp and looked through the settings there and nothing has changed that I can tell. I turned on all errors and display them and this is what I get now which are all new.

    UPDATE: Now I'm getting this error when trying to expot to pdf....
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes) in /home/alittleh/domains/alittlehvac.x10.bz/public_html/Inv/library/pdf/value.generic.length.php on line 33
     

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    I guess no one knows anything about this???
     
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    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    Since it seem the errors in your screenshot are about depreceted functions, perhaps you need to roll back to an older version of php, all accounts would have been set at 7.2 native. Using older, and no longer supported, versions is a security risk but you are allowed to go back as far as 5.6

    In general though I'd advice paid service for something that is crucial to you, premium hosting does come with priority support and guaranteed uptime.
     
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    I have rolled back php version and it solved most of the issues with depreciated values until I can get a minute to work on them. I need the export to pdf issue resolved.
     
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    As of today Jan. 4th, I have no issues other than the export to any file format isn't working and I can't figure that out and that is the main issue I need some help with.
     
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    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    I have made some small adjustements to the php settings for your account, can you try now?

    If it still fails, what script are you using? If we can see what requirements there is for it to run properly it will be easier to solve the issue
     
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    Anna, its simple invoices for windows. It was working before the migration and I made sure most of the ones I know in the php were right. Give me a minute & I will check to see if it has changed... I did revert thte php back to 5.6 and solved most of the "other" issues I had.
     
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    I also cant access Direct Admin either....
     
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    Anna, I am still getting this error when trying to export to any file type....

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 72 bytes) in /home/alittleh/domains/alittlehvac.x10.bz/public_html/Inv/library/pdf/dom.activelink.inc.php on line 86

     
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    Ok, So its ONLY PDF export thats not working. Without access to file manager, I cant edit any php code either. So I am going to just wait it out I guess...

     
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    So I think I may have found the issue but I cant fix it myself.... This is what it says in my invoice software as for pdf exporting... If someone could take a look at this for me, I would greatly appreciate it!!
     

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