I have to report an error message:
I created a wpdataTable with the entry of a gravity form. An error message is generated when the table is displayed. The display of the table works. You can edit them. You can only see this error message:
Warning: Illegal offset type in /homepages/1/d822064123/htdocs/clickandbuilds/WordPress/MyCMS3/wp-content/plugins/wdt-gravity-integration/wdt-gravity-integration.php on line 1093
Attached files: wpDataTables-Error-msg.jpg
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We can't replicate the issue, please find the screen recording attached. This is just a warning, and it doesn't cause the plugin to malfunction in any way. You should disable WP_DEBUG in your wp-config.php so no warnings, alerts, notices and errors appear for the front-end users. That's only used for debugging, so there's no need to use it. Do we need to log in with a specific user in order to see the error, since we cannot replicate it with this one?
Attached files: simplescreenrecorder-2021-04-07_21.25.34.mp4
The error is there and it is verifiable. Unfortunately, I did not tell you that the data can only be edited by the user. Sorry! That was stated in the properties of the table. I have now changed that. The data are now visible to all users - including the administrator. The error occurs when data are displayed.
The user who entered the data:
Consent field is returning the array and it's not added to the plugin, we removed it from the form and you will not get this notice anymore. Our developers are working on adding a handler for this field to return if the user accepts the terms or not.
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