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A newbie to SS needing help.
I installed the latest version of the EventCalendar module on a working site but
it has some issues.
1. I can create a Calendar page but it hangs up when I create a CalendarEvent page.
2. I cannot enter any dates - no pop up entry fields.
3. What does "You may add Announcements once you have saved for the first time."
on the Announcements tab means?
I installed the EventCalendar module on a local SS installation and it works fine.
Both versions are 2.3
Are any errors being thrown? Do you have error reporting on? Make sure you set Debug::send_errors_to("email@example.com"); in your _config.php.
Do you have DataObjectManager installed? If so, which revision?
Sorry for being a complete newbie..
Yes - DataObjectManager is installed on the problem site but it
is not installed on my local installation which the calendar works.
How can I know the version for the DataObjectManager?
I have a replica of the live site on my localhost now - it still does not work.
Is there a way to see errors without mailing them?
I work on localhost now so I cannot send emails.
Yeah, make sure your environment is in dev mode.
When did you download and install DataObjectManager? I have a feeling that's the culprit. You might have gotten a buggy version.
The installation has an _ss_environment.php file.
I set it there already.
The site is already existing and I was not the one who installed the
If indeed, this is the buggy version, how can I uninstall it and update to the latest version?
Thanks for the quick response.
I upgraded to the latest version of the DataObjectManager (r304)
by deleting the old dataobject_manager folder, add the latest version and ran
I can now see the js pop-up entry fields.
However, I cannot enter dates.
See screenshots for comparison.
Try running an update to 305.
Still the same.
Also, on the stock SS install, I do not have the
DataObjectManager installed, on the problem site,
it is r305.