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External Content and Alfresco Connector module released


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Marcus

Administrator, 86 Posts

25 May 2010 at 3:07pm

What version of SilverStripe are you using? You should be on 2.4.0 or above.

What browser are you using?

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Diego

Community Member, 5 Posts

25 May 2010 at 3:13pm

Im running 2.4.0 and i am browsing in FFX 3.6 OSX

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Marcus

Administrator, 86 Posts

25 May 2010 at 3:58pm

Can you take a screenshot of the left hand side of your backend interface? Also, do you any errors in the javascript console?

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Diego

Community Member, 5 Posts

25 May 2010 at 4:09pm

Actually, I do get an error (screenshot enclosed). Seems weird since the Silverstripe installation is brand new.

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Marcus

Administrator, 86 Posts

25 May 2010 at 4:34pm

And last thing - which connectors do you have installed?

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Diego

Community Member, 5 Posts

25 May 2010 at 4:39pm

Hi, these are the files that I downloaded from GIT:

nyeholt-silverstripe-cmis-connector-0.1.0-rc5-1-ge69376b.zip
nyeholt-silverstripe-external-content-0.1.0-rc6-13-gdc336e7.zip
nyeholt-silverstripe-filesystem-connector-0.1.0-rc1-0-gcf4507d.zip

I unzipped them all in the SS root folder.

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Marcus

Administrator, 86 Posts

25 May 2010 at 10:22pm

Edited: 25/05/2010 10:23pm

I've just created completely new releases for all 3 modules - no real changes to the filesystem module, but the cmis module did have an error during dev/build that may have been causing problems with clearing out some cached JS files, hence the error. There's also a couple of other small JS bug fixes in the new external-content package that may be related to what you were experiencing.

The other thing to be aware of is that the extracted directories need to be simply 'external-content' or 'filesystem-connector'; the github build process appends a bunch of stuff to the dirname, and as far as I've seen so far there's no nice way of customising what the build folder is called. I've also uploaded the release files to silverstripe.org/modules with correct pathnames if you want to try those instead

http://silverstripe.org/external-content-module
http://silverstripe.org/filesystem-connector-module
http://silverstripe.org/alfresco-connector-module

And finally - you don't get a 'go' button, it should be creating as soon as you click "Create" :)

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Diego

Community Member, 5 Posts

26 May 2010 at 6:34am

Awesome, works perfect now. Thanks!