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#1 07-17-2009 13:56:50

fdr100
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Joomla intigration

How Joomla  intigration, where can i find the info.

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#2 07-17-2009 14:05:03

Dave
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Re: Joomla intigration

The settings for it in CCP may be found in admin under System > Component > Settings > Joomla! Connector Settings and the rest of the things you need for Joomla may be found .

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#3 07-17-2009 15:06:36

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Re: Joomla intigration

I installed the CCP7 Joomla component zip and two of the plug-ins with out problems but I am receiving an error with plg_authclickcartpro_1.0.0.zip package.

        * It was not possible to copy the selected file.
        * JInstaller::install: Failed to copy file: /home/XXX/public_html/content/tmp/install_4a60d8ba1de82/clickcartpro.php to /home/XXX/public_html/content/plugins/authentication/clickcartpro.php

Any ideas? Is it a bad file? I have re downloaded it and still the same results.


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#4 07-17-2009 15:23:23

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Re: Joomla intigration

Looks like a Joomla problem possibly with write authority to the target directory.

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#5 07-17-2009 15:33:59

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Re: Joomla intigration

Dave wrote:

Looks like a Joomla problem possibly with write authority to the target directory.

There was no problem with the other two plugins so why would there be a problem with plg_authclickcartpro_1.0.0.zip package.zip?


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#6 07-17-2009 17:40:48

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Re: Joomla intigration

This is definitely a Joomla! based error as I just tried to unzip the plugin myself and it's fine.  Maybe you've run out of disk space and Joomla! can't write that file out.  A good way to check is to uninstall one of the other plugins then try to install that one.


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#7 07-17-2009 21:03:46

Thom
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Re: Joomla intigration

webmaster wrote:

This is definitely a Joomla! based error as I just tried to unzip the plugin myself and it's fine.  Maybe you've run out of disk space and Joomla! can't write that file out.  A good way to check is to uninstall one of the other plugins then try to install that one.

I will give it a try but I have 2000mb disk space and I am only using about 700mb for my site right now.


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#8 07-17-2009 21:09:06

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Re: Joomla intigration

I just posted a full set of instructions here:

https://kryptronic.com/Joomla

It's most of what you read from the demo notes (I assume).  Also - which version of Joomla?  We tested on 1.5.9 and up.


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#9 07-18-2009 09:05:44

Thom
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Re: Joomla intigration

webmaster wrote:

Also - which version of Joomla?  We tested on 1.5.9 and up.

This might be the problem I first tried it with 1.5.11 and that did not work so I updated it to 1.5.12 and that's when I turned here for answeres. I uninstalled the other two plugins and and tried the plg_authclickcartpro_1.0.0.zip again this time installing using Install from URL and still same error message. I can get the other two plugins to install but not the auth one.

Could it be the difference between 1.5.9 and 1.5.11-.12 that is causing the problem?


Thom-

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#10 07-18-2009 09:07:32

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Re: Joomla intigration

Potentially.  On Monday I will check that out and we'll issue an update for 1.5.12 to that plugin if necessary.


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#11 07-18-2009 09:27:09

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Re: Joomla intigration

webmaster wrote:

Potentially.  On Monday I will check that out and we'll issue an update for 1.5.12 to that plugin if necessary.

Thanks Nick.

I might install the later version and see if that makes a difference then I will try let you know before Monday.


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#12 07-19-2009 11:27:09

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Re: Joomla intigration

Thom wrote:

webmaster wrote:

Potentially.  On Monday I will check that out and we'll issue an update for 1.5.12 to that plugin if necessary.

Thanks Nick.

I might install the later version and see if that makes a difference then I will try let you know before Monday.

The permissions were not set correctly for /public_html/content/plugins/authentication folder. After changing them the auth plugin installed with out problems. Thanks for your help.


Thom-

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#13 07-20-2009 06:55:09

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Re: Joomla intigration

Thanks for the reply back, Thom.  Now that I recall, I had the same issue during setup due to our webserver.


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