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Yet Another Dayfile Reader (PHP)

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Re: Yet Another Dayfile Reader (PHP)

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Aha, thanks guys. It wasn't something I've done then! I've modified my script, so hopefully I'll be able to find what's been changed. :lol:
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Thanks Mark. :clap:

Only problem is I don't actually have a script which works accross all versions of php :bash:

I'll have to go back to the 'base' release when I can get my tired old head around it - thought, did it behave like this in earlier php releases ?
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No idea on that one, but just thinking it may be easier for you to distribute just the snippet of code that needs changing, as quite a few people have changed the scripts' look. :)
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I am helping a new user with his website and trying to get the Dayfile Reader working. He had downloaded the script but that didn't work out of the box so he came here with his laptop and now using my working files, edited with his data files, etc. But no luck http://www.blenheimweather.ca/cu/betel_ ... maryCU.php

Any suggestion where I have misled?

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PaulMy wrote:I am helping a new user with his website and trying to get the Dayfile Reader working. He had downloaded the script but that didn't work out of the box so he came here with his laptop and now using my working files, edited with his data files, etc. But no luck http://www.blenheimweather.ca/cu/betel_ ... maryCU.php

Any suggestion where I have misled?

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do you know what version of php?
can you access any error log files from his server? that might give a clue
i had issues with php ver 7 and if you look back a few pages BCJKiwi did post a workaround that got mine to work.

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Thanks for your reply.
His php version is 5.6 and looking at his cPanel there were no errors shown. Could there be some php settings that needs to be done?

We think we have the dayfile.txt path correct as everything is in the same folder, and message indicating that day file not found when we had entered an incorrect path.

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Just a thought - are dayfile delimiters correctly set? As I see dates are 03-07-17

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$field_delimiter = ',';
$date_delimiter = '-';

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I don't have direct access at the moment but will check that out. Thanks,

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Yes you are correct and it is now working by changing the date delimiter. Thank you very much :clap:

I will have him look at his setup and see why he has his date format different.

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I have noticed that if rainfall is .004 or less that it does not show in the statistics of dayfile reader. If .005 or more it does. Is there any way for me to show the lesser amounts in my statistics with the dayfile reader?

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I added "Rain Days" to my version a little while back - maybe something someone wants to incorporate into the official release?
http://weather.wilmslowastro.com/datasummary.php

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That shows any day that rain has fallen. But is there anyway to show the actual amount? Between .010-.050

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sperry russ wrote:I have noticed that if rainfall is .004 or less that it does not show in the statistics of dayfile reader. If .005 or more it does. Is there any way for me to show the lesser amounts in my statistics with the dayfile reader?
Simple answer Sperry - remove the following single line from the PHP script.
Line 443 (in my copy) reads

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        if($value < 0.05) $value = 0; // 1 tip regarded as error
I can see your source using "http://sperry.us/stats/stats.php?view=getorfmiland", although that shows a messy output, it does confirm that your script does contain the above line within a function called "DoRain". So if your source is minimised and so you cannot identify line numbers, in your script editor use Find to locate the above code snippet up to and including the semicolon, so you can delete it. You probably also want to delete the equivalent nearby line for rainfall in mm.

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Thanks for all the help. It is displaying the lower amounts now.

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Re: Yet Another Dayfile Reader (PHP)

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Distribution file and languages file updated.

Thank you sutne for the Norwegian translation :D
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