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  • Junglefish
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    Hi

    I just upgraded my SilverStripe CMS from 2.3.3 to 2.4.0, so that I could start using the CMS Workflow module. However, I can't get the module to install properly at all.

    I copy in the \cmsworkflow\ directory, run dev/build successfully, then fire up the CMS. At that point, all I get is the CMS welcome screen, with the little "Loading..." text top left, and that's it. It goes no further.

    Removing the folder and re-running dev/build gets me working again, so I'm assuming that cmsworkflow must be finding a conflict with something else.

    Listed below are all the additional modules I am running:
    * dataobject_manager-r395
    * event_calendar-r110
    * legacydatetimefields-trunk-r100315
    * userforms-v0.3.0
    * swfupload-r375

    The version of cmsworkflow is:
    * cmsworkflow-v1.0-rc4

    Is anyone aware of any known conflicts with these modules?

    Or perhaps I am jumping to conclusions? Is it something else entirely that is preventing the CMS from loading up?

    jf/

  • patjnr
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    Re: CMS Workflow installation problems Link to this post

    Hi

    try removing extensions form the module folder

    thx

    Pat

  • Junglefish
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    Hi Pat

    Explain that again? Which module folder? Which extensions?

    jf/

  • patjnr
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    Re: CMS Workflow installation problems Link to this post

    eg rename dataobject_manager-r395 to dataobject_manager.

    They should be any problem working with workflow module as long as you have 2.4

    ta

    PJ

  • Junglefish
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    Oh, I see. No, they *are* already all named correctly, "dataobject_manager", "legacydatetimefields", etc. I just wrote the original post like that so that you all could see which versions of the modules I was using.

    jf/

  • patjnr
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    Re: CMS Workflow installation problems Link to this post

    Are you getting any PHP errors?
    At times the problem is with the upgrade.
    Try deleting Saphire and CMS and re-upload them it might work!

    ta

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  • Junglefish
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    Re: CMS Workflow installation problems Link to this post

    >>Try deleting Saphire and CMS and re-upload them it might work!

    Have done that several times when upgrading from 2.3.3 to 2.4.0. I had a lot of problems with having to upgrade both event_calendar and userforms to their latest versions because the versions I originally had were only compatible with 2.3.3. Anyway, in the end, I now have a fully working version of 2.4.0 with all of the modules nice and compatible. It was only then that I decided to add in cmsworkflow.

    >>Are you getting any PHP errors?

    No, I get nothing at all. The CMS just refuses to load. For the record, the website itself is fine and all functionality is running perfectly okay.

    jf/

  • Junglefish
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    PS. There's this in php_error.log from earlier this morning:

    [07-Jun-2010 09:26:50] PHP Warning: Module 'zip' already loaded in Unknown on line 0

    But I'm not entirely convinced it's related...

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