Hello, sorry but I do not understad how create a ticket. I'm converting a Docman 1.6.7 on a Joomla 2.5.14 I have installed your software and connect the db I have insert the prefix "t2j15_" (note that in your example use 4 char "2dp_") when click "Convert!" button apper a message "Unknow column 'section' in 'Where clause' What can I do?
In order to start the application on debian linux (and mostly other distro with outdated java release stucked at 1.5), jre1.7 must be downloaded from sun website Then put those lines in your .profile or .bashrc export JAVA_HOME="/path/to/jre/" export PATH="/path/to//jre/bin:$PATH"
Thanks very much gik98 for you efforts... the application can run now normally without trying to open any files from disk... & the field that define the CHARSET for DB connection it was great, but it did't solve my problem... the field title is viewed as question marks after migration... any suggestions ? Please advise. Thanks a lot. Michael F ------------- Dear gik98, Thanks for your efforts, it was an amazing app. Works fine, very fine... but i have some problems with the Arabic characters... it appears after migration as "??? ????? ??? ??? ? ????" :( NOTE that the databaese collation is utf8 and server charset is utf8... any suggestions ? Please advise. Thanks a lot. Michael F
I know this is not the place for bug reporting, but I couldn't create a ticket. QueryReader.readQueryCreate() tries to open a file from disk, not from the JAR, so TableConverter.TableConverter() launches a FileNotFoundException if the user does not have a directory res with the SQL files. I think this could be resolved using java.lang.Class.getResourceAsStream(String). Thank for the work