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Error in "Edit usergroup"

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I get the following error when selecting the order from the dropdown menu in the lower-left or when clicking the "Order" button. If I have made changes to the order of usergroups, these changes are made and reflected when re-entering 'Edit usergroup".

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PHP NOTICE [8] Undefined index: id in /home/xxxxxxxx/public_html/ocportal/adminzone/pages/modules/admin_ocf_groups.php on line 335 (version: 7.0.1, PHP version: 5.2.17, URL: /adminzone/admin_ocf_groups/ed.htm)

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Fix attached.

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adminzone/pages/modules/admin_ocf_groups.php
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In Chrome the button does not work at all, because of nested forms (the sort form inside the submit form). This will be fixed in 7.1-final.


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Thanks for the quick fix, Chris.

Your fix corrected the problem with the software throwing the error, however the dropdown menu no longer works. If, for instance, I change from "Promotion target (ascending)" to "Order (descending) the display is not updated and the menu selection returns to "Promotion target (ascending)".

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Right, you're best not using that because it's getting removed anyway due to the nested form issue. I think probably it didn't work before my fix either. You can use the arrows by the table headers though.


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I usually use the arrows to re-order. The menu did seem redundant - glad to see it go away.

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