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29 August 2009 at 9:07am
I'm new to SS.. so far I really like it! installation and first steps went all fine, but now I'm having trouble:
I just installed the dataobjectmanager module and tried to follow the tutorial...
created the Testimonial.php and TestimonialPage.php, but after running dev/build and flush I still cannot see any changes to the cms...
except one: when clicking on files & images I get an error, because I didn't manage to install the SWFupload so far...
I also checked the file permissions, but that didn't help..
thank you very much for your help!
29 August 2009 at 9:38am
Hmm. Actually, you should now be able to create a Testimonial Page.. does it show in the Page dropdown when you click on "Create"? If not, maybe a /admin/flush=1 will help.
29 August 2009 at 9:53am
Hi and thanks for your reply!
I tried admin/?flush=1, but nothing changed. I can only select Page, Error Page, Virtual Page and Redirector Page.
I'm wondering: when I run /dev/build there's a list of database tables displayed - shouldn't this TestimonialPage be listed there as well? I can find Page, ErrorPage and so on, but no Testimonial..
Any other ideas?
And can anyone also help with the swfupload, please? I downloaded version 188.8.131.52, placed it in my silverstripe root folder and ran dev/build, but I still get the complaints, that swfupload is required..
29 August 2009 at 5:51pm
Hm that's strange. Where did you put the Testimonial.php and TestimonialPage.php files? Could you post the contents of the TestimonialsPage.php?
31 August 2009 at 12:12am
I put the files in /mysite/code within silverstripe root directory.
In the meantime I tried a lot of things that were suggested elsewhere in this forum... I learned that the dataobject_manager and swfupload folder really need to be spelled exactly like this and I also downloaded an swf version that was suggested for download in one of the threads.
This solved all my issues.
Thank you very much for offering your help banal! I really appreciate that.
Who is responsible for updating the tutorials? I'd argue that pointing out that the exact spelling of folder names is important, would hellp people save a lot of time. I was neither the first nor the last to have this kind of problem, I guess
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