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SS 2.4.4 and postgresql


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dompie

Community Member, 88 Posts

22 December 2010 at 11:59pm

Hi,

for the first time I have installed SilverStripe 2.4.4 with postgresql extension on Ubuntu 10 with PHP 5.3.2-1ubuntu4.5. After some initial troubles with postgresql extension, I ended at this error message:

[User Error] DataObject::buildSQL: Can't find data classes (classes linked to tables) for SiteConfig. Please ensure you run dev/build after creating a new DataObject.
POST /install.php

2532 	public function buildSQL($filter = "", $sort = "", $limit = "", $join = "", $restrictClasses = true, $having = "") {
2533 		/ Cache the big hairy part of buildSQL
2534 		if(!isset(self::$cache_buildSQL_query[$this->class])) {
2535 			/ Get the tables to join to
2536 			$tableClasses = ClassInfo::dataClassesFor($this->class);
2537 			if(!$tableClasses) {
2538 				if(!ManifestBuilder::has_been_included()) {
2539 					user_error("DataObjects have been requested before the manifest is loaded. Please ensure you are not querying the database in _config.php.", E_USER_ERROR);
2540 				} else {
2541 					user_error("DataObject::buildSQL: Can't find data classes (classes linked to tables) for $this->class. Please ensure you run dev/build after creating a new DataObject.", E_USER_ERROR);
2542 				}
2543 			}
2544 
2545 			$baseClass = array_shift($tableClasses);
2546 
2547 

It looks like SS is not able to populate the SiteConfig Table (because SiteConfig class is missing), although the table was created correctly (/dev/build?dont_populate=1 runs error free). The Class is present and accessible, but for some reason '$tableClasses = ClassInfo::dataClassesFor($this->class);' returns an empty array for class SiteConfig. Any ideas how to fix this?

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dompie

Community Member, 88 Posts

4 January 2011 at 10:58pm

Bump, any ideas?