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Strange error keeps appearing!

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Strange error keeps appearing!

"Object reference not set to an instance of an object." This is the big red "X" error I get after editing anything in the contact layout; it usually flashes 2-3 times. Can anyone point me to what this is [typically] caused by? Any help is appreciated, thank you in advance Smiley Happy
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‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Elite Contributor
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Re: Strange error keeps appearing!

Hi Groofop,

 

I find the best place to start when you get any error message is to do a search for it on the Swiftpage knowledge base, found here:

www.kb.swiftpage.com

 

The error message you are receiving is a very common one, luckily there is a Kbase on it, which provides steps to try based on what you are doing when you get the error:

 

http://kb.swiftpage.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/24350/

 

 

I would definitely recommend searching any error message in the knowledge base first, and then jump into the community forums if you don't have any luck.  It also can be of great help to include steps that you have tried to use to resolve the issue as well.  This should result in a faster response to any issues you encounter.

 

Hope you found this helpful.

 

Jared Dalrymple | Technical Consultant | P:+61 7 3423 3551
jared@evolutionmarketing.com.au | Evolution Marketing Services


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Accepted by topic author groofop
‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Elite Contributor
Posts: 144
Country: Australia

Re: Strange error keeps appearing!

Hi Groofop,

 

I find the best place to start when you get any error message is to do a search for it on the Swiftpage knowledge base, found here:

www.kb.swiftpage.com

 

The error message you are receiving is a very common one, luckily there is a Kbase on it, which provides steps to try based on what you are doing when you get the error:

 

http://kb.swiftpage.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/24350/

 

 

I would definitely recommend searching any error message in the knowledge base first, and then jump into the community forums if you don't have any luck.  It also can be of great help to include steps that you have tried to use to resolve the issue as well.  This should result in a faster response to any issues you encounter.

 

Hope you found this helpful.

 

Jared Dalrymple | Technical Consultant | P:+61 7 3423 3551
jared@evolutionmarketing.com.au | Evolution Marketing Services