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White Screen and GridFieldBulkEditingTools

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Community Member, 7 Posts

25 June 2013 at 1:47am

I have successfully installed SS3.0.5, are able to create Pages and Users can login. BUT I can't build. Only white screen appears. I have set SS3 in dev-Mode and the error log shows no error while building.
I've successfully installed some modules too, but witch GridFieldBulkEditingTools I had no luck: The error log shows "PHP Fatal error: Class 'GridFieldBulkEditingTools' not found in ..." so the build was'n successful. But because other modules do WORK it must a problem of the module/installation.
On the other hand - it would be great to SEE what happens after a build process. ;-)
Any hints?
- Director::set_environment_type("dev"); (done)
- .htaccess contains "php_value display_errors On" and "error_reporting(E_ALL);"


Community Member, 57 Posts

4 July 2013 at 10:27am

Hi fischli,

I am having the same error with a gallery module which uses the GridFieldBulkEditingTools module. Did you ever come to a solution with this?



Community Member, 57 Posts

5 July 2013 at 3:29pm

Hi fischli and anyone else experiencing the same problem.

The reason for the error is that the latest build of the GridFieldBulkEditing tools module does not contain the file GridFieldBulkEditingTools.php and is therefore missing the class "GridFieldBulkEditingTools" see -

The quick fix from Colymba (the author of the module) is to simply remove the line of code referencing the missing class. For the most basic use, everything should still work as expected.