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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: sitemgr -> manage pages

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: sitemgr -> manage pages
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 23:24:18 -0600
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First, Michael, thanks for the response.

Over the last several days I've tried to install various combinations of phpgroupware and sitemgr in an effort to get sitemgr version 0.9.16 to run. I havent found the right combination. The closest I've been is using the 9.16_branch for stiemgr and 9.14 phpgroupware. The app seems to think it's version 9.15 in the application manager.

Just now, I tried to enter Configure SiteMgr from the administrative menu and I get the following. A check of the database shows no such table and the setup programs don't configure such a table.

*Database error:* Invalid SQL: select lang_name from phpgw_languages where lang_id = 'en'
*MySQL Error*: 1146 (Table 'phpgroupware.phpgw_languages' doesn't exist)

*File:* /var/www/phpgroupware/sitemgr/inc/
*Line:* 35*Session halted.*

as always, thanks in advance...


address@hidden wrote:

mjc <address@hidden> a écrit:

Text from the sitemgr edit page
text BEFORE php section
Text AFTER php section

where ProgramA/filename is a one-line text file--no html (though the
real files are html-formatted).

I get:

Text from the sitemgr edit page
text BEFORE php section
Text AFTER php section

the text you enter as a page content is not evaluated by the php
parser. It would be possible probably to include a way to have special
sections evaluated, but there would be very serious security
implications of this, I think.

But what you need is already provided for in the 0.9.16 version of
sitemgr. there is a file contents module. You could either create
three content blocks for your page:
1) html block
2) filecontents blcok
3) html block

or have one html content block, where you include the string


at the appropriate place.


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