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TYPO3 page generation

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Verfasst am: 01. 07. 07 [21:05]
chennecke
Christian Hennecke

[Themenersteller]
Dabei seit: 01.07.2007
Beiträge: 4

I'm using TYPO3 4.1.1 with AMP4eCS. This works quite nicely for the most part but sometimes pages are either not generated at all or some parts are missing. Hitting the reload button repeatedly solves the problem.

Could this be a time-out or cashing issue?
Verfasst am: 10. 07. 07 [00:13]
Ben
Ben Dragon

Dabei seit: 10.07.2007
Beiträge: 1

chennecke schrieb:

I'm using TYPO3 4.1.1 with AMP4eCS. This works quite nicely for the most part but sometimes pages are either not generated at all or some parts are missing. Hitting the reload button repeatedly solves the problem.

Could this be a time-out or cashing issue?

Hi, Chris.

I have the same problem with 4.1.1.

I have not been able to find the source of the problem, nor a solution, unfortunately.

I think I'm going to have to give up on it.

I haven't tried earlier versions to see if they have the same problem.

Have you?

Ben Dragon
Verfasst am: 16. 07. 07 [14:17]
chennecke
Christian Hennecke

[Themenersteller]
Dabei seit: 01.07.2007
Beiträge: 4

Ben schrieb:

Hi, Chris.

I have the same problem with 4.1.1.

I have not been able to find the source of the problem, nor a solution, unfortunately.

I think I'm going to have to give up on it.

I haven't tried earlier versions to see if they have the same problem.

Have you?

Ben Dragon


Yes, I started with 3.8.x. I noticed a caching problem with 4.0.2. This was related to the PHP port 5.1.x or something and could only be solved by disabling the caching in the TYPO3 setup. So I suspect that this is still related to PHP.