This is so puzzling to me. I have no idea why it's trying to update your _versions table with a ClassName field. Is anyone else experiencing this error?
tzeller, can you do me a huge favor and try to set up a fresh install of SS with the event_calendar and nothing else, and tell me if you're able to get it working? I have a strong feeling the module is not compatible with something you're running. If it works, slowly add in more of your other code until you get the error again and hopefully we can pin it down.
Thanks for your testing. These are the things I really want to get ironed out. I wish I could duplicate the error, but I'm not able to get it.
allright i think i was able to reproduce the error.
once you have installed the module "calendar" (not event calendar just the calendar "Calendar [v0.0.1]") the table "CalendarEvent" has additional entries. so even you delete the calendar (module) and rebuild the databas (db/build) and than install the the event calendar you get a database error when you are trying to save the CalendarEvent.
i have tried the event calendar with all modules / extensions and it seems to work fine now.
First, let me thank you for releasing such a nice module for SilverStripe. I just installed it and now I'm trying to integrate it into my site. I already have a couple of questions/remarks:
Is the "European date format compliance" (as written in the ToDo @ documentation) already implemented?
I get a malformed XML Error (in Firefox) when I add entities like "&" in my events content. Using $Content.LimitWordCountXML(60) fixes that problem. See the attached patch.
Is there a way to remove the CSS and Script files used by the module? I already tried to extend the Calendar Class with a custom Class and did a Requirements::clear(); in the init method of the controller, but to no avail. The jquery and css files always show up in my pages.
Good to hear about the european date compliance. Count me in as a tester once its done ;)
Regarding jQuery: Actually, I don't want to get rid of it, but I'd prefer to disable all requirements of the module because:
a) I'm writing my own stylesheets and won't need the ones that come with the module
As posted previously, I tried to remove the requirements using Requirements::clear() in my Calendar Subclass. This didn't prevent the inclusion tags to show up in my generated HTML pages though. That's why I'm asking if there's a way to remove these module inclusions, because clearing the requirements doesn't seem to help.