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Server error on register and some profile pages

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Community Member, 10 Posts

16 February 2013 at 3:48am

Edited: 16/02/2013 3:49am

I have an odd issue, or rather two issues that look the same but may have different causes. Navigating to /ForumMemberProfile/register as well as to some profiles (/ForumMemberProfile/show/xx where xx of course is the ID of the profile) gives me an internal server error and nothing is shown. This happens with my profile and with one of my colleague's, while others' seem fine (have not tested all of them).

While no page is displayed, I can still use some of the debugging tools. The only difference visible through debug_request is that SSViewer never goes out looking for when loading these pages (both register and said profile pages). I suppose this could ruin the structure of the page (would this create a server error though?), and in any case I'd like to repair it.

The "debug" URL variable shows no differences between working and failing pages.

It's been a long time since I tinkered with this, but when I implemented the forum I made a couple of changes to the structure. Quite possible that this is the source of the problems, but since I have looked all over the place without getting much wiser I figured I'd see if anyone here spots the fault.

Side note: Me and my colleague are also set apart by our db records, which are the only ones containing AutoLoginHash and -Expired values. Can't see a connection, but perhaps there's something (else?) in our records that messes up some part of the call.

Any help and pointing in directions greatly appreciated.