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Copied sitemapmodule to root, run /dev/build, nothing happens? What am I missing?


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Pasqualito

Community Member, 11 Posts

19 October 2010 at 12:58am

Hi all, I'm kinda baffled by this one...

I'm running a Silverstripe 2.4.2 site with the following modules installed:

-blog
-dataobject_manager
-image_gallery
-mollom
-newsletter
-spamprotection
-swfupload
-userforms

all these modules installed (dev/build etc) and are running just fine.

However, I just downloaded the Site map Module, copied it to the root of my site, named the folder 'sitemapmodule' but when I run /dev/build, nothing is added to my database...

I checked and double checked.. the files ARE THERE, _config.php is there too.... so what the hell is going on here? Anyone seen this before? My apologies if this has been posted before...

Thanks in advance.

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swaiba

Forum Moderator, 1799 Posts

26 October 2010 at 12:15am

Do you mean 'Google Sitemaps Module'? If so it adds a director rule to say if you request 'sitemap.xml' then use the control provided in googlesitemaps\code\GoogleSitemap.php to render the xml required. there would be no change to the database as it doesn't seem to add any models or pages to provide the functionality.

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Pasqualito

Community Member, 11 Posts

26 October 2010 at 5:37am

No, the google sitemap module is the default sitemap module, that always comes packed with the install. The sitemap module I want to use is this one:

http://silverstripe.org/site-map-module-module/

the modules I listed above I mentioned because they are non default - maybe there is some sort of conflict going on?

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swaiba

Forum Moderator, 1799 Posts

26 October 2010 at 5:48am

ok, well that one also uses a director rule to create a page on teh fly and doesn't look to create any db objects... try going to www.yoursite.com/site-map