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Bonjour

J'ai ce message d'erreur en installation

Fatal error: Class 'Core_Business_ContainerBuilder' not found in /homepages/xx/xxxxxxxx/htdocs/xxxxx/config/bootstrap.php on line 27

Version : 1.6.1.3

Hébergeur : 1and1

Droits sur les dossiers : 755

J'ai recréer un dossier, refait une installation, rien ni fait

 

Merci pour votre aide

Jean Claude Boulet

 

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Vérifiez si vous avez le fichier /Core/Business/Core_Business_ContainerBuilder.php.

 

Check if you have the /Core/Business/Core_Business_ContainerBuilder.php file.

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Thanks for your quick reply,

 

I have that file and still have the  PHP Fatal error: Class 'Core_Business_ContainerBuilder' not found in /var/www/vhosts/lovesiat.com/httpdocs/config/bootstrap.php on line 27.

It may be a problem of cache or something like that, the backend works perfect.

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Pour ma part, effacer le fichier cache/class_index.php a résolu le problème (à savoir que j'étais dans un contexte de mise à jour de version de prestashop)

 

Idem même probleme effectivement solutionné en effaçant  class_index.php , irongomme tu m'as sauvé la vie je commençais transpirer a grosse goute, suite a cette upgrade 1.6.0.6 vers 1.6.1.10

 

Ouff des heures de gagnées Merci mille fois.

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Hello,


I have the same error with prestashop 1.7


I found the file (app/cache/prod/class_index.php) I deleted but continued to have the same error.... also because the file reappears after it has been deleted!


 


Someone can help me ?

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Hello there:

After try many times to use the autougrade module (v4.8) to upgrade PS 1.6.24 to 1.7.2; I always get the following errors:

Does anybody know what's wrong? Thanks.

[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - scandir(/home//public_html/Adapter/): failed to open dir: No such file or directory
[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - scandir(): (errno 2): No such file or directory
[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - scandir(/home//public_html/Core/): failed to open dir: No such file or directory
[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - scandir(): (errno 2): No such file or directory
[INTERNAL] /home//public_html/classes/PrestaShopAutoload.php line 184 - Invalid argument supplied for foreach()

[INTERNAL]
/home//public_html/config/bootstrap.php line 27 - Error: Class 'Core_Business_ContainerBuilder' not found

#0 /home//public_html/config/config.inc.php(66): require_once()
#1 /home//public_html/modules/autoupgrade/classes/UpgradeContainer.php(499): require_once('/home//p...')
#2 /home//public_html/modules/autoupgrade/classes/TaskRunner/AbstractTask.php(120): PrestaShop\Module\AutoUpgrade\UpgradeContainer->initPrestaShopCore()
#3 /home//public_html/modules/autoupgrade/classes/TaskRunner/Upgrade/UpgradeDb.php(75): PrestaShop\Module\AutoUpgrade\TaskRunner\AbstractTask->init()
#4 /home//public_html/controlador/autoupgrade/ajax-upgradetab.php(52): PrestaShop\Module\AutoUpgrade\TaskRunner\Upgrade\UpgradeDb->init()
#5 {main}

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On 1/27/2017 at 7:33 PM, electrostuff_de said:

 

This was very usefull - thank you!

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I just encountered this error message when upgrading my XAMPP to PHP 7. Deleting cache/class_index.php fixed the problem for me.

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This has helped me very much.. thank you!!

Edited by EVOSEC (see edit history)

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