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How do you do....it? Thread, Classroom booking System in Technical; Ok. Generally with Windows it doesn't need any changes, but just browse to the directory mentioned at the page below ...
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    Ok. Generally with Windows it doesn't need any changes, but just browse to the directory mentioned at the page below and ensure they are writeable: InstallationWindows - classroombookings - Google Code - Installing CRBS on Windows with Apache

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    Success

    It sprung into life when I enabled the rewrite module of Apache server!

    Looking good so far, seems to do everything we want it to do. Reporting section would be good, guess we'll have to wait a little while. Roll on V2.

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    Importing Users????

    Has anyone had any joy importing users into classroombookings?

    Whenever I try and import a CSV file it tells me it is not an allowed file format? How has everyone else got their users on the system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnellan View Post
    Has anyone had any joy importing users into classroombookings?

    Whenever I try and import a CSV file it tells me it is not an allowed file format? How has everyone else got their users on the system?
    Wish I could help - but I'm not using it until the release of v2. It's great stuff but for it to be useful we want something that integrates with LDAP.

    Roll on v2 too

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    @jonnellan: I think this happens because it mis-identifies the filetype of upload as a non-CSV file. If you're confident it's in the right format:

    1. Open the file system/application/controllers/users.php in a plain-text editor.

    2. Find line 300 - it should be:
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    $upload['allowed_types'] = 'csv';
    3. Place a hash symbol before the dollar symbol to comment out that line, so it looks like this:
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    #$upload['allowed_types'] = 'csv';
    4. Re-try uploading the CSV file.

    Hope that helps.

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    time scale for version 2

    Do we know of the time scale for completion of version 2 of the room booker?
    I realy want to get this setup.

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    I know it's annoying to people who want to implement the new version, but I really can't commit to giving any dates. I don't want to do a Microsoft and say "It will be out in May" only to be delayed and end up disappointing people.

    All I can recommend is keep checking the website on Google Code (I'll post periodic updates on the front page) and the issue tracker to see what gets fixed and when.

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    I have commented out the above mentioned statement in the users file but i still cant import a csv file. I now get this message :


    A PHP Error was encountered
    Severity: Warning

    Message: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()

    Filename: libraries/Upload.php

    Line Number: 510


    Im looking into this one now.

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    Ok, this might work then.

    Undo the changes I mentioned above (just remove the hash symbol and re-save).

    Open system/application/config/mimes.php and find the csv entry (line 13). Change it so it looks like this (just copy and paste this line to replace it):

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    'csv'	=> array('text/x-comma-separated-values', 'text/comma-separated-values', 'application/octet-stream', 'application/vnd.ms-excel', 'text/csv', 'application/csv', 'application/excel', 'application/vnd.msexcel'),
    This should help CRBS recognise the file that you're uploading and accept it as CSV.

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    Im still getting the same error, ive attached a screenshot of the whole error that i get.
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    Ok. Have you checked that there is full write permissions to the web server on the /temp directory?

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    Everyone has modify access to the classroombookings directory under wamp so yeah, they have full write access to the temp directory, assuming that is the temp directory that you mean?

    Thanks for the help so far, appreciate it.

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    I'm having problems attempting to install this on an old sql server we're using. I'm not a techie so apologies if this makes no sense.

    I've installed xampp and apache seems to be running fine. I've followed the google code instructions for installing crbs under windows and everythign seems ok until I get to the install page.

    I navigate to http://localhost/crbs and get the install window. When I type in all details and try to install I get

    Code:
    An Error Was Encountered
    Error Number: 1364
    
    Field 'name' doesn't have a default value
    
    INSERT INTO school (school_id) VALUES (0)
    If I then reload the url I get a login screen where my username and password do not work and i'm hit with these

    Code:
    A PHP Error was encountered
    Severity: Notice
    
    Message: Trying to get property of non-object
    
    Filename: controllers/login.php
    
    Line Number: 23
    and

    Code:
    A PHP Error was encountered
    Severity: Notice
    
    Message: Trying to get property of non-object
    
    Filename: controllers/login.php
    
    Line Number: 35
    Anyone able to give me a hand? I'm trying to do this blind a bit while teaching so if any help can be very slow and with short words that would be great

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    Just looked at the demo site and the new version looks lovely.

    Can't wait.

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_d_atkinson View Post
    I'm having problems attempting to install this on an old sql server we're using. I'm not a techie so apologies if this makes no sense.

    I've installed xampp and apache seems to be running fine. I've followed the google code instructions for installing crbs under windows and everythign seems ok until I get to the install page.

    I navigate to http://localhost/crbs and get the install window. When I type in all details and try to install I get

    Code:
    An Error Was Encountered
    Error Number: 1364
    
    Field 'name' doesn't have a default value
    
    INSERT INTO school (school_id) VALUES (0)
    If I then reload the url I get a login screen where my username and password do not work and i'm hit with these

    Code:
    A PHP Error was encountered
    Severity: Notice
    
    Message: Trying to get property of non-object
    
    Filename: controllers/login.php
    
    Line Number: 23
    and

    Code:
    A PHP Error was encountered
    Severity: Notice
    
    Message: Trying to get property of non-object
    
    Filename: controllers/login.php
    
    Line Number: 35
    Anyone able to give me a hand? I'm trying to do this blind a bit while teaching so if any help can be very slow and with short words that would be great
    I'm having exactly the same issues

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