Widgets have wrong date, do not know if stats are correct

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Widgets have wrong date, do not know if stats are correct

Post by idahofisherman » Sat Jun 02, 2007 3:20 pm

Neil

The widgets are carrying the date of 24/05/07 instead of the current date.

I can not determine if the data is current or not.

thnaks in advance for fixing this as I know it happens often and has to do with the XML stats passed to you.

Just thought I would bring it to your attention, no big deal.
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Post by Neil » Sat Jun 02, 2007 3:42 pm

Hi,

Thanks for letting me know - you actually found 2 problems!

1 - [email protected]'s site appears to be dead, so I have disabled their project in my stats system.

2 - TRML DRTG's web server has changed their IP address since 24th May and as they are not using port 80 for their web server I have had to get my web host to update their firewall to allow my update script to access their server.

So the moral is - "never be afraid to post" ;-)

Thanks again,

Neil.

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Post by KSMarksPsych » Mon Jun 04, 2007 1:06 am

I know VTU is having server issues.

I was emailing admin about a Vista issue over a week ago. As we were working on something the server up and had a fit. I haven't heard back from him since.

I guess I should email again....
Kathryn :)
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Post by KSMarksPsych » Tue Jun 05, 2007 4:09 am

VTU's servers are back up.
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Post by Neil » Tue Jun 05, 2007 8:16 pm

Stats are now up to date - cheers ;-)

Neil.

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