Tried applying this patch but continually get the following error
Hi @ABS_UK, we have actually just released 1.9.2 which includes SUPEE-5994 in addition to SUPEE-5344 and the new SUPEE-6285 patch. Are you on CE or EE? If on CE, is it possible for you to update to 1.9.2?
How are you running the patch? Can you post a screenshot of the script being run?
Hi, Running as a cron job just keep getting the following message !
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CLASS in /home/www/website.co.uk/PATCH_SUPEE-5994_CE_188.8.131.52_v1-2015-05-15-04-34-46.sh on line 338
Hi, I am using version 184.108.40.206 and having looked at the instructions to upgrade (i.e Create Test system, upgrade, test, upgrade live system etc etc.) I have no intention of upgrading, it does seem that there is no way for me to apply this patch without getting this error, so I guess I'll just have to ignore the upgrade as it would appear to have a bug!!!!
Hi @ABS_UK, it looks like you are using the 1.6 version of the patch on a 220.127.116.11 install. This is likely the cause of the problem. I'd strongly recommend applying the patch or upgrading. It's a critical security patch.
Hi, I selected the version of the patch from the Magento Website for versions 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 this is the only one that appears to be for the version of Magento that I am running, and obviously has a bug as I have been trying to install for over 2 months now and it continually fails with the same error, which is of no help or assistance i helping me establish the problem. It appear that there is no support for the CE version of the software and Magento/Ebay obviously are not really bothered with the free version either
Hi @ABS_UK, sorry for the confusion there, I was in SUPEE-6285 mode which does break down the patches a bit further by version.
You are correct that there is no support for CE, it's a benefit of EE; however, we do care and that's why I'm here.
I checked around on this and it seems the error is likely due to some code customization. If you install a fresh copy of 126.96.36.199 are you able to apply the patch with no issues? If so, that will confirm that it's caused by customization.
Another alternative to applying this patch is to update to 188.8.131.52 which includes SUPEE-5344, SUPEE-5994 and SUPEE-6285. You'll obviously want to test this update on a staging environment first as if you do have a lot of customization going on, it can cause issues with the update.
Please let me know if you're able to try either of the above and what you find!