Running Apache 2.2.4 and PHP 5.1.5 and WebCalendar 1.2.5
Successfully installed and it tested the MySQL database connection as OK.
Tried to login as administrator and I get the following error.
The SQL statement was displayed by echoing $sql in dbi4php.php at line 378.
Here is the display
SELECT cal_value FROM webcal_config
WHERE cal_setting = 'WEBCAL_PROGRAM_VERSION'SELECT COUNT( cal_value ) FROM webcal_configSELECT cal_login, cal_passwd FROM webcal_user WHERE cal_login = 'admin'SELECT cal_value FROM webcal_config
WHERE cal_setting = 'PUBLIC_ACCESS'SELECT cal_firstname, cal_lastname, cal_is_admin, cal_email, cal_passwd, cal_enabled FROM webcal_user WHERE cal_login = 'admin'SELECT cal_setting, cal_value
FROM webcal_configSELECT cal_setting, cal_value
FROM webcal_user_pref WHERE cal_login = 'admin'SELECT cal_view_id, cal_name, cal_view_type,
cal_is_global, cal_owner FROM webcal_view WHERE cal_owner = 'admin' OR cal_is_global = 'Y' ORDER BY cal_nameSELECT * FROM webcal_asst
WHERE cal_assistant = 'admin'SELECT cal_permissions FROM webcal_access_function
WHERE cal_login = 'admin'SELECT cal_permissions FROM webcal_access_function
WHERE cal_login = '__default__'<h2>Error</h2>
Error executing query.
Not sure what is going on. This was an upgrade from 1.2.4 that was working OK.
Got to the same point with Apache 2.4.2 and PHP 5.4.3
The MySQL back end is 5.0.33.
I found the problem, turned on MySQL trace in php.ini and found I had a problem in my MySQL setup.
Had a wrong tmp directory. Fixed that and it now works.
Will fix timezone issue I see here as well.
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