I'm setting aup a new instance of vufind for the University Library in
Braunschweig, Germany. Unfortunately I'm facing some problems getting
vufind to work.
1st) When I use RC1 the application starts, but i.e. I can't change the
2nd) Using the build 1700 from Subversion, the application end up with
an error in logger.php line 20 (log.php missing)
3rd) Is it possible to use Tomcat instead of jetty?
D - 38106 Braunschweig
From: Till Kinstler <kinstler@gb...> - 2009-10-27 11:49:24
Carsten Elsner schrieb:
> 1st) When I use RC1 the application starts, but i.e. I can't change the
> language options.
RC1 is pretty obsolete. I wouldn't bother with it, if starting a new
> 2nd) Using the build 1700 from Subversion, the application end up with
> an error in logger.php line 20 (log.php missing)
log.php is part of PEAR Package Log. Have you installed that?
You need to run the install script again if starting with a current
trunk checkout, because there are some new dependencies on PEAR Packages
not installed in RC1. And the database (MySQL) schema changed as well.
> 3rd) Is it possible to use Tomcat instead of jetty?
Yes. You can run Solr in Tomcat: http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrTomcat
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From: Michael Beccaria <mbeccaria@pa...> - 2009-10-29 14:02:11
> RC1 is pretty obsolete. I wouldn't bother with it, if starting a new
Is there a version that is now more or less stable? Last time I tried to
use the trunk I ran into problems.
Head of Digital Initiatives
Paul Smith's College
> Is there a version that is now more or less stable? Last time I tried to
> use the trunk I ran into problems.
We've been working hard to get the trunk stable again -- I think you'll find it greatly improved since the last time you tried it. There are still a few more details we need to address before we can release RC2, but the trunk should be stable enough for a reasonably representative test drive in the meantime. Additionally, if you do test it out and run into any problems, I think you'll find the development team pretty responsive to questions and problem reports.