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Search button - Requested Page not Found
« on: 14.06.2021 20:43:21 »
When I click the JDownloads search button I get a 'The requested page can't be found' message.

It also says this at the bottom of the page:

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0 mb_strpos(): Argument #3 ($offset) must be contained in argument #1 ($haystack)

Thank you!
Re: Search button - Requested Page not Found
« Reply #1 on: 15.06.2021 09:48:07 »
joomla version ?
jdownloads version?
Did it work before?
What did you do/changed?
Re: Search button - Requested Page not Found
« Reply #2 on: 15.06.2021 16:07:31 »
Apparently the secret was to just reboot the physical server.  After my backup ran last night (server shutsdown during the process), the search button in it works!  I'm sorry I didn't do that sooner.

Joomla 3.9.27 - newish install, not a lot on it, in development on XAMPP
Jdownloads 3.9.7.3 - Fresh Install

Thank you so much for your response!

Merrell


Re: Search button - Requested Page not Found
« Reply #3 on: 10.03.2022 16:01:26 »
Hello,
I have the same problem, it looks like it is a PHP8 problem, I just do not know where to search to try to apply the solution as per the Joomla tracker forum here: https://issues.joomla.org/tracker/joomla-cms/33113

when I set the site to use PHP8 I get this error at the moment I hit search.

mb_strpos(): Argument #3 ($offset) must be contained in argument #1 ($haystack)

If I put the site back to PHP 7.4 the problem goes away.
Please help.

I have: Joomla! 3.10.6, LAMP,  jDownloads Version 3.9.8.2
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Re: Search button - Requested Page not Found
« Reply #4 on: 10.03.2022 17:54:28 »
Hi
I think this bug has been fixed
See
https://www.jdownloads.com/forum/index.php?topic=12639.msg46990#msg46990

lease advise if it is OK as it is planned to be in jD 3.9.8.3

Colin
Colin M