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beach_defend

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Posted on: 2005/12/7 11:15
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#11

Re: Update 2.0.13.1 to 2.2.3 Final - Stuck on Closed For Maintenance Screen

hi,
I have just tried to upgrade my company site (2.0.X->2.2.3) after practising on an internal XOOPS upgrade (which went very well!).

I hadn't closed the site but I get the same issues as near as I can tell as bsimm.

When I first ran the update script, I got an error in trying to create 'xoops_profile_category'. I dropped this table and another that it complained about next time and then got a white screen (even though PHP Debug is on) - might be our error_reporting setting, I knoe display_errors is set to 0 in php.ini.

So then I refreshed the site (hpfm.com.au) and I get the default starting module/block but with no menus, login etc.

When I try to go user.php, I get the expected login page, but I cant log in with any username/passwd combo. I tried to use the password reminder, but was told that the email address is unknown.

I looked in the xoops_user table and all the entries are correct down to the md5'd passwords.

I'm a bit phazed now because I've effectively killed off my web-site. I will keep looking but any help would be muchly appreciated.


beach_defend

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Posted on: 2005/12/7 0:50
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#12

Re: Upgrade path from 2.0.13.1 to 2.2.x?

Hi,
I've been looking for an upgrade patch from 2.0.9 to 2.2.3 but haven't tracked it down yet.

Any clues?


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Posted on: 2005/11/15 6:57
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#13

Re: Is XOOPS used for business applications?

That's a very interesting comment, do mean that I should be able to migrate PHP-Nuke apps relatively easily?


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Posted on: 2005/10/11 16:09
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#14

Re: a blog module for 2.2.x?

I havce also just downloaded the latest release for xoops2.2.2 .

It seems that the mysql.sql file in the sql directory has only one file.

I have an install on another machine, does anyone know if a dump of the relevant tables will work?

I'll try that in the morning.

If someone knows where a full sqkl script can be got, let me know, I'm off to cvs.

Barry


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Posted on: 2005/6/11 8:27
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Re: Get current user and group

Hi,
I hope that I'm not off topic too much, but I'm working on a very similar issue.

We have been working on a number of appplications (based mostly on PEAR DB,DBO,Auth,Quickform and QFC and Smarty) and would love to be able to add a range of XOOPS based functionality. The application framework has a core UserAdmin (needing to be replaced) and a number of very specific applications/modules. The UserAdmin module manages session vairables/cookies to ensure that only certified users are able to connect to the applications.

I have ported all of the existing users and group information into the relevant XOOPS tables. Plan A was to use build a specialised module that would set the appropriate $_SESSION variables (essentially $_SESSION['valid_user_id']) and then send them off to the appropriate scripts.

I'm running into a really interesting problem in that having logged into XOOPS and setting the appropriate session vars, once I get to my scripts, the session disappears as do all of the XOOPS Global vars.

I'm still trying to work out why and what I am doing wrong, but in the meantime if anyone has clues I'd appreciate it heaps.

Thanks, BTW we love XOOPS as hpfm.

Barry (aka Beach_defender)


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Posted on: 2005/5/30 1:47
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#16

Re: CRM module available?

Hi,
We have a big interest in a XOOPS-CRM module and would be interested in helping where it makes sense.


I will look at the SugarCRM references and see where we can be useful.

If you have any sugegstions/options etc please contact me.
Barry Steele


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Posted on: 2005/5/29 13:44
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#17

Re: No registration

I've been having the same issue and fixed (fudged) it with the following query:-

INSERT INTO `xoops_group_permission` ( `gperm_id` , `gperm_groupid` , `gperm_itemid` , `gperm_modid` , `gperm_name` )
VALUES (
'', '3', '2', '1', 'module_read'
);


-- I haven't tracked down where this should have been done as yet. I tracked it through group_perm_handler etc.

I'll try to see where this info needs to be set. In my install (nothing added), groupid=3 is Anonymous Users, and the profile module is modid=2.

Hope this helps.

Barry


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Posted on: 2005/4/22 6:58
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#18

Re: Porting an existing Application(s) to XOOPS

Alternatively I'd be extremely interested in hearing from anyone that has had experience using LDAP authentication with xoops.

I've been looking at the Dev Wiki and have started looking at the XOOPS code (reverse engineered UML models - using Enterprise Architect).


I'm thinking that an LDAP approach may make more sense because all of the forms we have built use PEAR QuickForm and QuickForm_controller as well as the PEAR:B and PEAR:B_DataObject packages.

Again any thought, advice or epxerience would be very valuable.

If there is anyone that is interested having updates relayed, pleased let me know.

Barry


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Posted on: 2005/4/22 1:04
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#19

Project Management Module

Hi,
we have been using dotProject (www.dotProject.net) for the past 18 months or so. It is currently built as a (set of) PostNuke modules and would be extremely handy as a XOOPS module.

Essentially it provides task management, nested tasks/projects, groupware tools etc.

If anyone is interested in working together I'd be keen to talk about it.

Barry


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Posted on: 2005/4/21 7:12
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#20

Porting an existing Application(s) to XOOPS

Hi,
I have been building php applications for a large community organisations in Australia for the past 2 years or so and would like to provide them with these applications working within a XOOPS enabled environment.

I seem to recall stumbling on a set of articles that provided information about how to go about it, but I cant find it again.

If anyone has good references, I would be very greatful.

I am also interested in speaking to anyone that has successfully extended the xoopsuser. I have a range of users that belong to clubs, which in turn belong to branchs as part of states within the national structure.

At this stage I am looking to move our authentication (we have several hundred clubs online already) over to the relevant XOOPS tables and initially modify the existing login process to use those. Then I want to allow the registered club users to use the forums, news etc as part of the existing environment.

The ultimate goal is to have a multi-level content management system that allows the clubs to maintain internal information but publish information to the public as necessary (they are Surf Lifesaving Clubs so stuff like beach conditions, events etc).

Any suggestions would be welcome.



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