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Silverstripe Dailybuild experience

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Community Member, 23 Posts

10 November 2008 at 11:58pm

Edited: 10/11/2008 11:58pm

I've just installed the Silverstripe.2.0.DailyBuild.2008-11-10 with the Share this and Blog module(also dailybuilds)

First impressions are good, as the site seems faster, and there was no problems making a clean install. However I have stupled upon a few problems.

The biggest problem is that when I try to post a blog entry, from the blog logged in as admin, I get the message Website Error Forbidden The website server has not been able to respond to your request. I have no problems making entrys from the CMS. Otherwise I like what you have done with the module, allthough I will probably make my own entry form, as I need more info than the normal form provides.

Talking about forms. What happend to the Form pagetypes?
I started my project with Silverstripe 2.2.2, using the User Defined Form option to ask questions to my testers, but in recent releases the two Form pagetypes seems to have vanished. Is this a permenent change? If so could anyone tell me how I can get the option back, as I suspect it will be a part of the requierments set for the delivered site.

Thanks for suppying this great system, and thank in advance for fixing the above problems.


Forum Moderator, 5523 Posts

11 November 2008 at 3:12pm

Talking about forms. What happend to the Form pagetypes?

UserDefinedForms have been removed from core and are now a seperate module which you can download - see

As for the errors - turn on the dev mode by adding this to your mysite/_config.php file - Director::set_environment_type("dev"); - this will output the proper error


Community Member, 23 Posts

11 November 2008 at 11:15pm

Thanks for the link to the User Defined Forms.

About my other problem: I've added the Director::set_environment_type("dev"); to the _config.php file and the result is a HTTP 403 error, claiming I have no rights to view the Aktivitet/BlogEntryForm part of my site. In the CMS the acces to write/edit is set to Anyone who can log-in to the CMS(no change making it only Admins).

Any idea on a solution, or what the problem could be?