The Fanfare spell (Song and Silence) describes its effect as follows:
Fanfare creates a trumpet blast so loud that it can shake the foundations of buildings or stop an army in its tracks. Every creature within the area must make a Fortitude save. Success means the creature is stunned for 1d4 rounds and deafened for twice as many rounds; failure means the creature takes 4d6 points of damage in addition to suffering those effects.
However, its header includes the line:
Saving Throw: Fortitude negates
From the SRD's section on spell descriptions, this means:
Negates: The spell has no effect on a subject that makes a successful saving throw.
So, does a creature that passes its save against Fanfare ignore the spell, or is it stunned?
(Tagging note: This question is about 3.0 content, but I want to know how it works in 3.5, which allows 3.0 content by default as long as a newer version of it hasn't been published.)