It is not appropriate to expect other members to write your code for you or to debug your entire project; Please don't expect other members to solve a problem you don't want to begin solving yourself.
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Please describe your server environment and include whatever research and testing you've done so far. This will help the members who are willing to help you, and increase their number, too. Better, more-detailed questions get faster, better, and more-detailed answers, since the other members won't have to ask you for more information.
"Fix my code" and "Do my homework for me" threads:
This is a discussion forum, not a help desk or a free code-writing service; If you have a problem, please try to research it and then phrase your post in a manner conducive to general discussion of the issue. Rather than providing one-off solutions, we prefer to help people find resources to help themselves.
A general guideline for code-related problems is: Post your own code and describe what you hoped it would accomplish. Then describe how it fails and include all relevant information from your server error logs. Too-general posts in the form of "What code do I use to do this?" often go unanswered for a long time.
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