SI 2019.2.32 to 2023.0.4 FatalError after Upgrade

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  • #1953
    FRCG
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    I followed the update instructions provided and I’m receiving this fatal error. Any idea on how I can fix it? I’ve verified that …Claz/Invoice.php and …invoices/manage.php both exist.

    Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Class “NumberFormatter” not found in /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/Inc/Claz/Invoice.php:361 Stack trace: #0 /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/Inc/Claz/Invoice.php(159): Inc\Claz\Invoice::getInvoices(NULL, ”, ”, false, 0) #1 /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/Inc/Claz/Invoice.php(112): Inc\Claz\Invoice::manageTableInfo(0) #2 /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/modules/invoices/manage.php(37): Inc\Claz\Invoice::getAllWithHavings(”, ”, ”, true, false, 0) #3 /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/index.php(441): include(‘/share/MD0_DATA…’) #4 {main} thrown in /share/MD0_DATA/Web/simpleinvoices/Inc/Claz/Invoice.php on line 361

    Line 361 of Invoice.php reads as follows: $formatter = new NumberFormatter($locale, NumberFormatter::CURRENCY);

    Line 159 reads: $rows = self::getInvoices(null, ”, ”, false, $invoiceDisplayDays);

    Line 112 reads: return self::manageTableInfo($invoiceDisplayDays);

    Line 37 of Manage.php reads: $invoices = Invoice::getAllWithHavings($having, ”, ”, true, false,
    $invoiceDisplayDays);

    • This topic was modified 11 months, 2 weeks ago by FRCG.
    • This topic was modified 11 months, 2 weeks ago by FRCG.
    #1956
    FRCG
    Participant

    More info:

    This is a phpMyAdmin instance with the below specs:

    Apache
    Database client version: libmysql – mysqlnd 8.2.0
    PHP extension: mysqli Documentation curl Documentation mbstring Documentation
    PHP version: 8.2.0

    #1959
    FRCG
    Participant

    Disabling PHP errors in custom.config.ini results in a blank white screen.

    #1960
    FRCG
    Participant

    Fixed it! I run my Webserver off a QNAP NAS. Apparently QNAP doesn’t load Developer extensions for PHP by default. All I had to do was SIMPLY install PHP Extensions from the Developer Tools section of the QNAP APPCenter.

    #1968
    RRowley
    Participant

    Glad you figured this out. Thanks for letting the forum know what your issue was and how you corrected it.

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