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10 March 2011 at 12:56pm
We are having a problem with the userform module (version 0.3.0) on SilverStripe 2.4.5.
When we install the module and set our page to be a UserDefinedForm page, all seems to be good. We can see the new tabs, add recipients, change the button text, etc.
However, when I go to create fields, I get a blank white screen (the URL of this page is /admin/EditForm). I have error reporting turned on and my site in dev mode, but still no result.
Can anyone help solve this?
10 March 2011 at 2:01pm
This issue has been covered several times, try a search and have a look around. Perhaps http://silverstripe.org/all-other-modules/show/14251#post292653 will help.
11 March 2011 at 8:46am
We read that thread and still had issues. It seemed to clear up though when we renamed the folder from "userforms-v0.3.0" to "userforms".
11 March 2011 at 1:54pm
It seemed to clear up though when we renamed the folder from "userforms-v0.3.0" to "userforms".
Yes, you will need to ensure that for all of the modules as it references the JS and CSS using userforms/css not userforms-v03.0. I believe this should already be in the readme file as a warning. With the upcoming module manager in 3.0 preventing this sort of error will be much easier!
27 April 2012 at 1:42pm Last edited: 27 April 2012 6:01pm
I also had the problem described at the beginning of this posting. I followed all the steps set out in the installation guide and repeated here by WillR. Eventually I discovered that in fact not all the files had been uploaded to the webserver. So I uploaded them and since then nothing about the module works at all!. I have deleted and re-loaded them a number of times; tried extracting directly to the webserver as well, but no success.
And yet the module works without a hitch on localhost. Please help me understand why this could be!
I am using Silverstripe 2.4.7 and UserForm 0.4
I just tried installing via uploading and unzipping the tarball - one more time. Ran through all the required steps for changing folder nam, /dev/build, etc. And suddenly this time it all works perfectly.
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