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Warning: Unknown(): Unable to call () - function does not exist in Unknown on line 0

Has anyone seen this error or know what it means??

Thanks

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Means the page can't find a function you are trying to use. The function called has to be in the page or in an included file to be used. That make sense??

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If you could post the code that your running that's causing the error that would help.

However, It looks like your calling a function that doesn't exist.

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It could have something to do with using register_shutdown_function() to call a function that is undefined.

"Note: Typically undefined functions cause fatal errors in PHP, but when the function called with register_shutdown_function() is undefined, an error of level E_WARNING is generated instead. Also, for reasons internal to PHP, this error will refer to Unknown() at line #0. "

Suggest checking your code for register_shutdown_function(). Hope that helps!

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