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Rhomal

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Posted on: 2007/1/30 18:46
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#1

SmartFAQ and WF-LINKS bugs

When trying to add new entry to WF-Links 1.03, entry does not save with follow error:

Warning [Xoops]: Out of range value adjusted for column 'lid' at row 1 : 1264 in file C:\Program Files\Apache2\htdocs\modules\wflinks\submit.php line 67

SmartFAQ 1.04 - when trying to add new FAQ or save a edit. Entry does not save with following errors:

Notice [PHP]: Only variable references should be returned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\include\functions.php line 588
Notice [PHP]: Only variable references should be returned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\include\functions.php line 588
Notice [PHP]: Only variable references should be returned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\include\functions.php line 588
Notice [PHP]: Only variables should be assigned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\class\faq.php line 452
Notice [PHP]: Only variable references should be returned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\include\functions.php line 588
Notice [PHP]: Only variables should be assigned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\xoops_version.php line 320
Notice [PHP]: Only variable references should be returned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\include\functions.php line 588
Notice [PHP]: Only variables should be assigned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartfaq\xoops_version.php line 320
Notice [PHP]: Only variables should be assigned by reference in file C:\Progra~1\Apache2\htdocs\modules\smartsection\xoops_version.php line 622

Any help from PHP knowledgeable people appreciated.

system specs:
server 2003 sp1
apache 2.0.56
PHP 4.4
MySQL 5


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/27 19:11
Rhomal
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Re: xoops failure on multiple domains after server upgrade

Quote:

dlemkin wrote:
solved it...

I was running PHP 5.2.0

All I did was downgrade to 4.4.4 and it now works again... Is this a known compatibility problem. I found only one mention (another poster asking about php 5 incompatibility, but didn't find the answer anywhere?


The XOOPS 'support' team here runs away whenever you mention windows server or IIS. So sadly we MS people are more or less on our own. I converted (or tried to) from apache2 to IIS6 and after a week+ gave up. I am now back on apache. I have a feeling XOOPS is much less 'platform independent' then claimed. As getting it to run on IIS required what seemed like inhuman feats to not only get the core running but modules as well which MANY seemed to fail under IIS/php5 but worked fine on apache/php4.

If you'd like to poll our knowledge together perhaps we can work out the issues we both have together? Nice to have someone use MS here as well. :)


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/26 17:19
Rhomal
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Re: Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

Well after much testing and uninstalling/re-installing I got the site working (and upgraded from 2.2.4a to 2.2.5).

However, it was a nightmare getting XOOPS to talk to PHP to talk to ODBC to talk to MySQL to play nice with IIS6. I finally gave up and moved the site back over to apache 2.x

And got it up and running in 10 mins.

So I am not sure what the issue is but I do not understand why getting IIS to work with XOOPS is so much more difficult then apache. I am inclided to say XOOPS isn't as 'platform independent' as said as it seems to have a apache preference.

Again, it makes little sense why I was fighting with it for almost 2 weeks to work on IIS yet in a few mins got it up again on apache. Perhaps there is a 'trick' to get it to play nice with IIS that just isn't in any docs that I found.

I am not too sure what to say at this point as it is very odd.

I's love to just dump apache and go strait MS server but it does not seem thats possible. I even installed a fresh copy of XOOPS 2.0.16 for kicks on IIS to see what would happen and many modules did not work such as the newest CBB, member module and PM module to name a few.

So I do not think the issue is limited to my trying to port over a 2.2.4 install. As issues were abound by either 2.2.4 or 2.0.16


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/21 17:49
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Re: Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

Seems part of my problems were due to not having globals on in php5. I was under the impression it was no longer needed. None the less, most of the modules are appearing properly in the module admin add/remove menu now.

However CBB 3.07 is giving me a issue. On the module install menu it is giving me the error: Module File for newbb Not Found!

And yes the proper newbb folder is in the modules folder, it is not buried in a sub folder. heh.

also the poll module that I used in 2.2.4 does NOT install (states some function, sorry didn't write it down, is not supported anymore).

all the smart modules, wf-downloads, news 1.51 and wf-links all seemed to install/work fine so far.

So I guess is there any fix for this cbb issue and what are 2.0.16 ppl using for a poll module?


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/20 22:20
Rhomal
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Re: Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

Well thats very odd. As the fresh 2.0.16 install I did works fine on php5. However when I tried to reinstall my 2.2.4a site all I got was a blank screen even when going to the admin menu so I couldn't even turn on debug to see what the issue is.

Any suggestions?


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/19 13:01
Rhomal
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Re: Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

Thank you for the reply. :)

Well after some troubleshooting this is what seems to be the issue.

I downloaded the latest myalbum-p and that was in the modules folder. After I removed it all the other modules more or less appeared in the modules admin menu for install. Any idea why that is?

When I installed php5 I did not turn globals on, is that the prob? some of these modules still require it on?

Also the new ver of the 2.2.x branch you mentioned, did they make it php5 compatible? As when I upgraded to server2003 I installed php5 not php4 as I had on my old server2000.

Thanks again for any help.


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/19 4:27
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Re: Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

Interesting side issue, I dropped several of the modules into the module folder but they don't appear in 2.0.16 via the admin menu??

Something I am missing?


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/12/18 18:10
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Converting xoops 2.2.4 to 2.0.x questions

I had a 2.2.4a setup on apache 2.x, php4, MySQL 4.2 on a windows 2000 server. I upgraded my server to windows SBS 2003 and decided to use IIS.

I thus did a fresh 2.0.15 install on php5, MySQL 5. Took some tweaking on permissions to install but now site it up and working.

My question is how feasible is it to move over the database tables from my old site to retain the data that exists in them?

For exmaple one of the modules I used on the old site is smartsection. If I install it fresh then copy over the database files from my old site to new should it work?

I am using mainly the modules news 1.3, CBB, dokuwiki, smartfaq and smartsection. Should I beable to move those tables over as well?

If this is not a procedure that will work what do you suggest to retain my data? This site has been up for 2+ yrs and there no way I can manually port over all the data that has been added to the site in that time.

thanks, any help appreciated.


Rhomal

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Posted on: 2006/9/9 11:20
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Re: Highest version of mysql inquiry

Quote:

svaha wrote:
I had some problems lately porting a database from my own server (mysql 5.1) to a server on the internet (mysql 4.0)
I had a lot of question marks in my text.
I found out that the one used utf collation and the other (older one) iso 8859.


hhmmm so does that mean I should upgrade to the latest 4.x series rather then the 5.x branch?

If I understand you you are saying the 4.x and 5.x use a different data format and cant read each others data?


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Posted on: 2006/9/8 11:51
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#10

Re: Highest version of mysql inquiry

Quote:

Dave_L wrote:
I'm using XOOPS 2.2.4 with PHP 5.1.4 and MySQL 5.0.22, and haven't noticed any problems.

Of course, some modules may have issues.


Thank you for the reply. So that forces the question is it a simple matter of backing up the site db, uninstalling the current MySQL and simply reinstalling the new ver and popping the db back in?

Is there any config file I need to edit in XOOPS itself?



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