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In order to fix it, open /home/mchardism/public_html/plugins/quickicon/phpversioncheck/phpversioncheck.php, find between the lines #108-132 the php version you use and change the date for eos (add few years, for example). eos means End of Support and as @sharky said, this error occurs on a combination of outdated PHP and Joomla! versions. By changing eos ...


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Start by hardcoding a complete array of three-letter months. Then create an array with those months as keys with zero values for all. Then query your database for existing amounts. You are going to want to have a way of isolating year-specific data as the years go by. At the very least, you should be filtering on FormId so that you are not accidentally ...


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I'm assuming that you have the month name in FieldName and the commission values in FieldValue. When you do a SQL COUNT or SUM over subsets of records like this you have to have a GROUP BY clause. Also loadObjectList() will return an array of objects, and for each object the object property matches the columns you're selecting. So try this: $db = ...


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