A Complete Guide to Fixing Joomla 3.6.2 Update Errors

A Complete Guide to Fixing Joomla 3.6.2 Update Errors

A Complete Guide to Fixing Joomla 3.6.2 Update Errors

Whenever there’s a new version of a language or framework, developers and admins often run into update-related errors. Some of the most common errors in Joomla are recent requests denial error, log-in trouble error, whitescreen error, among others

Updates are an integral part of any programming language since they make it stable, secure, and enhance functionality. So you can’t shy away from updates either. In this article,you’ll learn about some of the update errors you’re likely to face when upgrading to Joomla 3.6.2 and how to troubleshoot them.

The Recent Requests Denied Error

When you’ve upgraded Joomla to the 3.6.2 version, you’ll experience a lot of request errors. Whenever you make a request, you’ll notice an error with the message “The requested page cannot be found.” It’s because of the invalid security tokens, not because the page has been deleted.

You can fix this easily with a couple of steps.

If you’ve not updated Joomla, then you can try the following steps to resolve this error:

Refresh the page to check if the error is resolved automatically.

If not, update your Joomla to 3.6.2

Navigate to Components >> Joomla update >> Install the Update

If you’ve made the updates, then you should follow the following steps:

Navigate to Extensions >> Manage >> Database >> Fix

This should fix the error you’re experiencing with request denial.

The Login Error

When you update to Joomla 3.6.2, you might experience trouble logging into your account. You will receive messages like these: “log-in: 0 Failed to start the session: already started by PHP ($_SESSION is set)

To fix this error, you need to update your Joomla to version 3.6.2 manually, preferably via your FTP access.

Download the Joomla package from its official website or GitHub. Unzip the package and upload to the server.

No Installation Plugin Error

In some cases, you’d receive an error message that prompts you to install components. The message would say that there aren’t any installation plugins that are enabled and you must enable them before you can use the installer.

So you should go to the Plugin Manager to enable the required plugins.

Navigate to Extensions >> Manage >> Discover >> Discover button. Enable the plugins and it should fix the error.

If you face further problems with your Joomla 3.6.2 errors, then get in touch with your hosting provider or an experienced Joomla developer.
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