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Blog Module not working with Mollom/Spam Protection


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yume

18 September 2009 at 4:16am Community Member, 3 Posts

I installed a fresh copy of Silverstripe 2.3.3 and the latest Blog Module [0.2.1], Mollom [v0.2], & Spam Protection [v0.2].

I also enabled the spam protection in mysite/_config.php by including

// The following 3 lines enables Mollom Spam Protection
Mollom::setPublicKey("xxx");
Mollom::setPrivateKey("xxx");
SpamProtectorManager::set_spam_protector('MollomSpamProtector');

Now when i go to my blog page and click on the sample blop entry title to go to

http://yoursite.com/sample-blog-entry/

i get a warning

[Warning] Unknown class passed as parameter
GET /sample-blog-entry/

Line 420 in /sapphire/core/Object.php
# is_subclass_of(SpamProtecterField,DataObject)
Line 420 of Object.php
# Object::prepare_statics(SpamProtecterField)
Line 175 of Object.php
# Object::get_static(SpamProtecterField,extensions)
Line 264 of Object.php
# Object::uninherited_static(SpamProtecterField,extensions)
Line 488 of Object.php

I notice that SpamProtecterField is spelled wrong and should be SpamProtectorField (with an O and not an E in protector)

Anybody else facing this issue?

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Willr

18 September 2009 at 3:57pm Forum Moderator, 5511 Posts

If you are using the latest mollom / spam (maybe try the daily builds instead) the typos should be fixed. Try http://yoursite.com/sample-blog-entry/?flush=1 Perhaps the spelling error is from an older version.

You can also try the daily builds of mollom, spam and blog. These are available on their individual download pages and contain slightly more up to date code. Try these (remember to dev/build?flush=1 again).

If after running the latest daily builds doesn't fix it can you do a search for 'SpamProtecterField' in your entire project and see what file (if any) this is referenced in.

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yume

19 September 2009 at 12:46am Community Member, 3 Posts

Thanks willr,

Installing the latest build of the SpamProtection Module & Mollom Module worked.

Installing the latest build of the Blog Module also fixed another bug I was having where clicking on a link in the Browse by Date section produce an error.