My best guess is that all of your troubles are coming from the same permissions problem.Tienchen wrote:Hello!
But I have another problem: I read through many site here, and haven't found a solution:
I can't set permissions and the modules (Calendar Settings, Manage Event Calendar Types) could be installed, are activated, are shown in the ACP->Systems->ACP tabs, but they are neither shown in the ACP itself nor in the drop-down list "select a module" where normally all activated modules are shown.
I purged cache, purged all templates, cleared browser cache, used other browser, etc.
Also I can set permissions - but they are not safed but instead always when logging out reverted... I can also see the calendar frontend.
I double-checked if I followed everything, entries in MySQL are correct, or they seem to be correct.
Could you give me a hint?
I can confirm both, like on this screenshots here:alightner wrote:
Please confirm if on the ACP->System->Admin Control Panel page, between the "Create New Module" and "Add Module" buttons you are able to see the "Calendar [acp_calendar]", "Calendar Settings", and "Manage Calendar Event Types". Then confirm if in the pulldown menu below where it says "Select a Module" that the calendar modules are unavailable.
I also created a screenshot from this results in phpMyAdmin (using PHP 5.2.5/MySQL 5.0.45/Apache2):alightner wrote:
Your also having some other problem with your permissions... if you set them in the ACP they aren't saved? You also mentioned a problem with logging out... are you getting logged out of the forum automatically (if so then your board settings for cookies are incorrect)?
start by running this command:
As I suspected, you have a very serious problem with your permissions. Notice that you have two of each calendar related permission in this table? You must have ignored the instructions that said not to run the sql command to edit the acl_options table more than once. Notes about the bad things that happen from duplicate entries in the acl_options table are ALL over the installation instructions (and this post thread).Tienchen wrote:start by running this command:
I also created a screenshot from this results in phpMyAdmin (using PHP 5.2.5/MySQL 5.0.45/Apache2):
yes, i mean that, just like you can show your latest topics/post on any webpage (outside the forum)thomas.d wrote:Do you mean "on any webpage" with "outside the forum"?legolas82 wrote:no one?legolas82 wrote:is it possible to dispay the upcoming event on any page (outside the forum) i sure hope so! I couldnt find it on this forum..
I guess not, how should a phpbb-driven page be displayed on any page?
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General Error SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ] Duplicate entry '6-0' for key 1  SQL INSERT INTO phpbb_acl_roles_data (role_id, auth_option_id, auth_setting) VALUES (6, 86, 1), (6, 88, 1), (6, 93, 1), (6, 109, 1), (6, 114, 1), (6, 0, 1), (6, 0, 1), (6, 85, 1) BACKTRACE FILE: includes/db/mysql.php LINE: 158 CALL: dbal->sql_error() FILE: includes/db/dbal.php LINE: 438 CALL: dbal_mysql->sql_query() FILE: includes/acp/auth.php LINE: 966 CALL: dbal->sql_multi_insert() FILE: includes/acp/acp_permission_roles.php LINE: 214 CALL: auth_admin->acl_set_role() FILE: includes/functions_module.php LINE: 471 CALL: acp_permission_roles->main() FILE: adm/index.php LINE: 74 CALL: p_master->load_active()
You don't have to get so defensive... I said I'd help, but I said I'd help you when I have time to upgrade to 3.0.1. This mod never made claimed that it was 3.0.1 ready, so you installed it prematurely at your own risk. I tried to give you some pointers that could help before I have time to upgrade, and if those don't work for you, then please be patient and I'll get to your questions when this mod is officially 3.0.1 ready.Xenofur wrote:I've read through the entire thread and have seen all these cases before, so i can understand why you think that i too failed to follow the instructions correctly. However, i went through the process 3 times and i can guarantee you, i followed it perfectly. If you do not believe me i can send you a dump of my forum files and of the relevant table.
Also note that i did not install it under 3.0.0, but under 3.0.1. In this thread there is only one report about a person having installed after upgrading to 3.0.1 and that report is as of yet also unresolved.
I don't believe this is necessary (at least not in 3.0.0)Xenofur wrote:I can even tell you that you need to start looking into exactly why it fails to create the corresponding database entries in the "phpbb_acl_roles_data" table, that link the roles in "phpbb_acl_roles" with the actual administrative options in "phpbb_acl_options".
It's a repeated request... I haven't said that I will or won't implement it... it's all a matter of how much time I have available to add enhancements. This mod is what it is... it's a hobby project for me - not a paid job. Consequently, I don't like making too many promises about enhancements, if I don't know that I'll have time to implement them.Rubenmeister wrote:To make this mod perfect users should have the ability to:
1) Register for a certain event.
2) Cancel Registration.
That would be awsome, please tell me this is a planned feature?
Yes, as I posted one page before, the calendar 0.0.7 works fine with 3.0.1 after re-editing a few phpbb-files with calendar-related edits, taken from install.xml.alightner wrote:... I'll have to take some time to upgrade to 3.0.1 myself before I can properly answer your questions... it sounds like a few others have the forum running on 3.0.1 (at least I think Thomas said he had it running) so I don't think it's incompatible, ...
Ich mach das hier mal kurz auf Deutschthomas.d wrote:Yes, as I posted one page before, the calendar 0.0.7 works fine with 3.0.1 after re-editing a few phpbb-files with calendar-related edits, taken from install.xml.alightner wrote:... I'll have to take some time to upgrade to 3.0.1 myself before I can properly answer your questions... it sounds like a few others have the forum running on 3.0.1 (at least I think Thomas said he had it running) so I don't think it's incompatible, ...