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Question Guys!

I have home_view.php view page and calling it by default like $this->load->view('home_view');

In my home controller It's my default index page and it's working fine.

class Home extends CI_Controller {

public function index() {

Now after user registration I'm want to display the same view page after validate user but off course it's already different URL.

class Login extends CI_Controller {

public function validateUser() {

But I'm getting the following error notice:

File: /home/aris/public_html/CIProject/application/controllers/Login.php
Line: 12
Function: _error_handler

File: /home/aris/public_html/CIProject/index.php
Line: 315
Function: require_once
There is no problem calling the same view in different controllers.

Normally after a successful login you would show either a success page or redirect to the home page controller.

The error you are getting does not seem to be view related.
In CI 3.1.3, index.php line 315 says this:
PHP Code:
require_once BASEPATH.'core/CodeIgniter.php'

So I think you didn't install CI as it should be.
Thanks for the respond, I already figure out the my issue.

The problem is that I configure some variable during initialization and forgot to put parent::__construct();

function __construct() {