#964 Directory : No p_view

v1.7.3
closed-works-for-me
nobody
5
2003-10-24
2003-10-23
Clive Amos
No

There is nowhere to set the view permission for
Directory as a result this feature does not work at all.

Here is the error message:
Notice: Undefined variable: tiki_p_view_directory in
F:\inetpub\WWWROOT\Tiki\tiki-directory_browse.php on
line 12

Clive

Discussion

    • status: open --> open-works-for-me
     
    • summary: No p_view for Directory --> Directory : No p_view
     
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    I guess you're missing the directory section.
    It works fine for me.
    Of course, this message has to come from somewhere though (I
    use a WAMP).

     
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    your install seems to be incomplete. Any missing permission
    variable can be initialized like in db/tiki.sql:

    INSERT INTO users_permissions (permName, permDesc, level,
    type) VALUES ('tiki_p_view_directory', 'Can use the
    directory', 'basic', 'directory');

    Execute this in mysql and you avoid this error, but your
    installation may be broken by a previous incomplete install.

    Flo

     
    • labels: 544453 --> Installation
    • status: open-works-for-me --> closed-works-for-me