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how to include own php class ?

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Community Member, 181 Posts

29 September 2010 at 1:08am

still have this problem


class Kontakt extends Strona {

class Kontakt_Controller extends Strona_Controller {

    function contact() {
        include 'Form.php';
        $form = new Form();

        return $form->a();




class Form {

    public function a() { 
        echo 'something';




no errors, site is blank
what is wrong ?


Forum Moderator, 5523 Posts

29 September 2010 at 5:03pm

snaip this is probably due to the fact SilverStripe has a built in Form class, you cannot redeclare a class with the same name.

You're getting a white screen probably due to display_errors being turned off in your php.ini file. If you turn that to on, restart apache you should hopefully start to get useful error messages.

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