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  • Hello everybody,

    I’m having some issues while using buddypress
    My BP version is: Version 1.2.3 I know its old but we changed some stuff on the core so I cannot update this anymore…

    I had one site called for example: http://www.mybuddy.com
    And with the new feature of wordpress 3.0.4 I enable the feature for multisite insite my site

    So I got this
    fr-ca.mybuddy.com
    for french site and
    en-us.mybuddy.com
    for English american website
    And off course my main site http://www.mybuddy.com

    Everything is running fine and clear no problems were found… until I tried to access members page
    Usually I do http://www.mybuddy.com/members and I go to members list without any problems or errors
    But when I try to fr-ca.mybuddy.com/members I get the error page:
    Error 404 – Page not Found
    The page you were looking for could not be found.

    Same for en-us subsite

    What I need to do to make this work??? remembering that all 3 websites are related to the same theme nothing has changed.
    I only changed the translation and the content for it
    Users are all avalible to all subdomains and main site.

    What I need to do?

    By any change anyone had this problem before??

    I tried to create one template that include(“members/index.php”);
    But when I do this I get this error: No Results Found

    Like if there is no users at all… and there is more than 10 mil users on this site…

    Thanks,
    Thiago

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  • Ok I got it working… its showing all my users

    Only need to fix the search now that is going to a error page when should return to the main page

    The problem was on the SQL statement I added invisible users and had one comma extra at the end of this info.

    Thanks for those who at least readed this
    Thiago

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    @berseck, glad you solved this on your own. “The problem was on the SQL statement I added invisible users and had one comma extra at the end of this info.” — Wouldn’t have thought of that just reading through your post :-)

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