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Bridge 1.1.4

Started by Orstio, April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM

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Prasad007

there are SOOO many bugs and problems in this bridge...
even with the default installation.. i get many errors!

Kindred

You know, Prasad...   rather than making an extremely UNHELPFUL and inflammatory comments like
"there are SOOO many bugs and problems in this bridge...
even with the default installation.. i get many errors!"

it would be HELPFUL if you could make a REPORT of WHAT erros you are getting.

I installed 1.1.4 with no errors at all...   so I tend to assume that you are doing somethign wrong, if you are getting them.
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

Prasad007

Sorry about that.
well ill report them by tommorrow.. i got frustrated enough to just remove joomla :P

Aravot

Have installed few time Bridge 1.1.4 + Joomla 1.0.8 + SMF 1.1 RC2 no problems what so ever at least not during installation.

Prasad007

Quote from: Aravot on May 09, 2006, 02:47:59 PM
Have installed few time Bridge 1.1.4 + Joomla 1.0.8 + SMF 1.1 RC2 no problems what so ever at least not during installation.
not in installation!
im getting errors in usage.
like some error in "groups" in smf bridge configuration in the joomla control panel.

Aravot

Quote from: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:49:13 PM
like some error in "groups" in smf bridge configuration in the joomla control panel.

Do you mean during synch, cause I used it few times no errors.

Prasad007

yes i believe so... im getting it straight after default installation..
also when logging out from the forum through joomla... yet another error... another one while logging in.

Aravot

Please write the errors that you are getting

Prasad007

as mentioned before...

Quote from: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:41:12 PM
well ill report them by tommorrow.. i got frustrated enough to just remove joomla :P

reemj

hello guys,

joomla 1.5 beta version is about to come out this weekend
i have tried to install the bridge on that system, but there seems to be a databe table field that is being altered
ALTER TABLE `jos_core_acl_aro` CHANGE COLUMN `aro_id` `id` INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT;


what need i do in order to make it work with the new system?

thanx a head
Re'em jacob
hxxp:www.joomla.co.il [nonactive]

Orstio

There is no public release of a bridge compatible with Joomla 1.5.  I am working on it.  Please be patient.

reemj

May 11, 2006, 07:26:56 AM #91 Last Edit: May 11, 2006, 05:52:18 PM by Orstio
thanks in advance,

i managed to fix the DB fields for the installation
maybe it will help..
[Link to License violation removed]

Kindred

as has been noted in a separate thread...  this bridge will not work with joomla 1.5.
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

Orstio

Quote from: reemjthanks in advance,

i managed to fix the DB fields for the installation
maybe it will help..


Redistributing the bridge is a violation of the SMF license.  Please remove that.


N3k0

I only have one error... when u use the wrapped mode of SMF in joomla, u cant use the function of edit in line AKA quick edit, the link dont make nothing...

(sorry for the english im Mexican lol)

Chaox


shprota

May 13, 2006, 08:25:01 PM #96 Last Edit: May 13, 2006, 08:43:53 PM by shprota
First of all, thanks for a continuous support of the SMF to Joomla integration.
Now for the problems.
I have installed the 1.1.4 on Joomla 1.0.8. Everything has installed as a breeze, everything looks working but two things:

1. Some IE users report they can't login getting "you need to enable cookie support" message. I can't reproduce this neither in IE nor in FireFox, but the reports were there.

2. Menalto Gallery2 integrated into site stopped working. You can get to the gallery top but cannot enter any albums or pictures.
After 4 hours of investigations it appeared that the SSI module included by the header bot calls function cleanRequest that effectively wipes out a lot of fields from the $_REQUEST system variable.
Among those fields was the one that is telling Gallery2 which item to open, namely - g2_itemId.
It is important that fields get wiped by cleanRequest when SEF is on in Joomla. Probably, the function experiences some troubles parsing SEF-encoded URI.
I understand that this function has nothing to do with the bridge, however, since the header bot includes SSI.php, it causes this kind of problem.

I will for now be reverting to version 1.1.2 of the bridge, but I am quite certain, I am not the only one who will have this problem with the bridge, so there is something that needs to be done about that.

EDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string
require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");
on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

Regards,
Constantine

paki

Quote from: shprota on May 13, 2006, 08:25:01 PM
First of all, thanks for a continuous support of the SMF to Joomla integration.
Now for the problems.
I have installed the 1.1.4 on Joomla 1.0.8. Everything has installed as a breeze, everything looks working but two things:

1. Some IE users report they can't login getting "you need to enable cookie support" message. I can't reproduce this neither in IE nor in FireFox, but the reports were there.

2. Menalto Gallery2 integrated into site stopped working. You can get to the gallery top but cannot enter any albums or pictures.
After 4 hours of investigations it appeared that the SSI module included by the header bot calls function cleanRequest that effectively wipes out a lot of fields from the $_REQUEST system variable.
Among those fields was the one that is telling Gallery2 which item to open, namely - g2_itemId.
It is important that fields get wiped by cleanRequest when SEF is on in Joomla. Probably, the function experiences some troubles parsing SEF-encoded URI.
I understand that this function has nothing to do with the bridge, however, since the header bot includes SSI.php, it causes this kind of problem.

I will for now be reverting to version 1.1.2 of the bridge, but I am quite certain, I am not the only one who will have this problem with the bridge, so there is something that needs to be done about that.

EDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string
require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");
on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

Regards,
Constantine

Hey, thanks for that fix! I had originally used another fix but then found out that the file had corrupted and was empty on my server, so everything was working fine. When I found the problem, I bumped up the thread but didn't get a response, so I kept using the 0kb file (never caused problems on my site). After commenting that out, that works great! Thanks

Side-note: that line is line 63 of the file :P
http://www.dfwhyundais.com <-- Dallas/Ft. Worth's Local Hyundai Group

Orstio

QuoteEDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string

Code:
require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

Regards,
Constantine


Again, not something I would suggest doing.  That may break other things that are not immediately obvious.

You would be better off finding this line:

if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf'){

and changing it to this:

if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf' && $_REQUEST['option']!='com_gallery2'){

But, then I make no guarantees that login will work if somebody tries it from the gallery page.

paki

Quote from: Orstio on May 13, 2006, 09:01:22 PM
QuoteEDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string

Code:
require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

Regards,
Constantine


Again, not something I would suggest doing.  That may break other things that are not immediately obvious.

You would be better off finding this line:

if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf'){

and changing it to this:

if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf' && $_REQUEST['option']!='com_gallery2'){

But, then I make no guarantees that login will work if somebody tries it from the gallery page.

Cool, that fix works man. I started noticing some errors in my cpanel error log when i commented out SSI.php, just had to wait for them to become constant before checking back here. Uncommented the SSI.php line, and added the codehack you described - works like a charm. Thanks
http://www.dfwhyundais.com <-- Dallas/Ft. Worth's Local Hyundai Group

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