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Use of undefined constant SECRET_KEY - assumed 'SECRET_KEY' error after upgrade to 9


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Hi,
I got this error all the times I try to da an action: change theme, save a setting, backup the databse, ...
I'm logged in with supervisor.

Any help ?
Thank so much guys!
Mike.
ooorooze has replied to this - 1 year ago

3 replies

Solved !!!

Checked the config.php file and found out there were two lines missing at the end:

define("SECRET_KEY", "xxxxxxx"wink;
define("SECRET_KEY_SALT", "xxxxxxxxxxx"wink;

I got the right KEY string from a saved copy of the config_temp.php file.

Now it works !!

Take care men.
Mike.
Falk has replied to this - 1 year ago
Good to hear, was it 9.0 or the 9.03 from Github?
ooorooze has replied to this - 1 year ago
Sorry for late response: it was 9.03 from Github
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