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Redirect Loop error
#11
Ben,
I'm having the same trouble with a fresh install on Apache. I've tried all the suggestions above and checked that my index.php file is the same as your example mentioned earlier in this thread. Any ideas?

I used the "Form Tools 1 Data Import" module to pull in my form data and also ran the "Database Integrity" module with no errors. I'm stumped!

(Thanks BTW - Form Tools is an awesome achievement)

(Aug 21st, 2010, 8:54 AM)Ben Wrote: Hi Mossberg - I totally agree. I had to stare at it for a few minutes to figure out the source of the problem. I'll log this as a bug.

- Ben

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#12
I also encountered this problem

How to solve?
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#13
More info that will hopefully help to narrow this redirect loop error a bit...

I'm specifically seeing this when switching between Views for a form. What's odd, is that if I edit one of the submissions to indicate an attribute filtered by the second view, it works -- for example, switching views from "all submissions" to the second "unread only" view.

But if I *don't edit a submission, when I try to switch to the "unread only" view, I get kicked back to the main list of all forms. Weird!

...thinking that this is all somehow a sessions issue, but not sure where to start troubleshooting.
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#14
What was the solution you found? Please share!

(Dec 14th, 2010, 9:34 PM)james912 Wrote: I experienced this same issue. but now i am find the solution.

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#15
Anyone determine a working solution? Changing permissions didn't resolve this for us (LAMP server, FT2).

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#16
Sticking my nose in here... I just had the same thing happen to me. A clean install using version 2.0.4.

I'm just going to wipe it out, re-download a clean copy and re-install again. Funny, I've used this incredible program on many, many sites and this is the first time I've run across this situation.

Not sure if it matters, I'm running:
PHP Version 5.2.10
MySQL 5.0.67
Apache 2.2.11


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#17
I've had this error come up and the solution for me has been with permissions.

It looks like if the /themes/default/cache folder is not writable by the webserver, then you get this error.

In my situation I am unable to set the group to one which includes the webserver, so my only option is setting perms to 777. The other issue with this is, any time I upload files to my server, I have to reset the permissions as the server sets them to 775 automatically.

But it works, and that's a good thing.

Hope this helps,

-peel
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#18
I'm also getting this loop error:

I noticed within my analytics that I had a conversion today but didn't receive an email like usual. So I tried to access my formtools admin area to check out my form there but upon attempt at http://www.for-rent-nerja.com/formtools/ I am getting this loop error.

The strange thing is that I've checked MySQL database and the post has been logged there! This would lead me to believe that it's definitely not a problem with something being moved on my server but some underlying issue with formtools?

I also checked the index.php and I already have

header("location: {$g_root_url}{$g_pages[$login_page]}");

located on line 12.

I can't fathom what's gone wrong as everything was working fine on Wednesday when I received my last conversion.

Any ideas Ben?
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#19
Did you check permissions on the cache folder as I mentioned above? I'm not sure why the permissions on that folder kept changing on my server, but they did, and resetting them fixed the issue every time.

-peel


(Mar 27th, 2011, 12:44 PM)sstoney200 Wrote: I'm also getting this loop error:

I noticed within my analytics that I had a conversion today but didn't receive an email like usual. So I tried to access my formtools admin area to check out my form there but upon attempt at http://www.for-rent-nerja.com/formtools/ I am getting this loop error.

The strange thing is that I've checked MySQL database and the post has been logged there! This would lead me to believe that it's definitely not a problem with something being moved on my server but some underlying issue with formtools?

I also checked the index.php and I already have

header("location: {$g_root_url}{$g_pages[$login_page]}");

located on line 12.

I can't fathom what's gone wrong as everything was working fine on Wednesday when I received my last conversion.

Any ideas Ben?

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#20
(Mar 27th, 2011, 1:40 PM)thepeel Wrote: Did you check permissions on the cache folder as I mentioned above? I'm not sure why the permissions on that folder kept changing on my server, but they did, and resetting them fixed the issue every time.

-peel


(Mar 27th, 2011, 12:44 PM)sstoney200 Wrote: I'm also getting this loop error:

I noticed within my analytics that I had a conversion today but didn't receive an email like usual. So I tried to access my formtools admin area to check out my form there but upon attempt at http://www.for-rent-nerja.com/formtools/ I am getting this loop error.

The strange thing is that I've checked MySQL database and the post has been logged there! This would lead me to believe that it's definitely not a problem with something being moved on my server but some underlying issue with formtools?

I also checked the index.php and I already have

header("location: {$g_root_url}{$g_pages[$login_page]}");

located on line 12.

I can't fathom what's gone wrong as everything was working fine on Wednesday when I received my last conversion.

Any ideas Ben?

Hi mate, yeah I did check the folder 'themes/default/cache' permissions and they are already set to 777.
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