By mark99 - June 19, 2012 - edited: June 19, 2012

I've switched to using CMS Builder on my main site and have since moved Listing Manager (which does the job just fine) to my other project.

Unfortunately the system no longer appears to work correctly after my web host made several critical upgrades on monday.

Firstly they moved from Apache 1.3 to Apache 2.2 and then they also upgraded to Python 2.6 and Perl 5.10.1.

Since then I've still been able to bring up the first page of my products list and view product details:,abc,forward&template=_search_vps.html

But if I try to move on to the next page it throws out an Internal Server Error mixed with a 404 error to boot. Curiously when I note the URL I find that's it's changed. When moving to page 2 it now seems to have injected the "" file into my link, so the server is doing something that I cannot account for and that file does not exist on my server.

Happy to pay for the extended support order request if you think this is fixable? Otherwise I have a whole website in trouble.

PS - My host is 1and1 so they're damn slow and pretty useless at responding, just prefering to blame the script authors.

Re: [mark99] URGENT Listing Manager Broken after Upgrade

By Damon - June 19, 2012


I looked at this link:,abc,forward&template=_search_vps.html

And clicked through to next pages and everything appears to be working correctly.

It looks like the host stopped adding the "" file into the URL?
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Re: [Damon] URGENT Listing Manager Broken after Upgrade

By mark99 - June 20, 2012

Yes they disabled a critical part of the servers configuration and for whatever reason forgot to re-enable it, so it works now :) .