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Then, press the "Go" button. 9. Please upgrade to a supported version and feel free to reopen the issue on the new version if applicable. dbi_free_result ( $res ); die_miserable_death ( "Error finding WebCalendar tables in database '$db_database' " . "using db login '$db_login' on db server '$db_host'.

\n" . "Have you created the database tables as empty ( $PHP_SELF ) && preg_match ( "/\/includes\//", $PHP_SELF ) ) { 00007 die ( "You can't access this file directly!" ); 00008 } 00009 00010 00011 00012 // Do a my review here

They told me it was being worked on and to try again. empty ( $PHP_SELF ) && preg_match ( "/\/includes\//", $PHP_SELF ) ) { die ( "You can't access this file directly!" ); } // Do a sanity check. Thanks, -John Comments Comment #1 Atratus CreditAttribution: Atratus commented December 5, 2007 at 8:02pm I had the same problem and made the following changes to correct it. But it does get WebCalendar 1.1.6 up and working inside Drupal and iFrame.

Error Finding Webcalendar Tables In

Thanks again for the help on this. One thing of note is that this install was done on a subdomain. Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. Have you created the database tables as specified in the WebCalendar System Administrator's Guide?

I edited user-app-drupal.php to print out the debug settings and I got this: uid=0 login= Array ( [access webcal] => Array ( [0] => * ) [login to webcal] => Array Originally I was just copying and pasting. I would rather use v1.1.6 for security reasons. if it didn't, should I register the webcalendar user seperately, but choose the same user name / pwd, is this correct?

Log in or register to post comments Comment #5 whyameye CreditAttribution: whyameye commented March 8, 2008 at 10:07pm The second patch here:http://drupal.org/node/174215 did the trick for me. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. After installing the tables the WebCalendar started working fine. (I even got reminders working from the crontab). Get More Info at the point app-user-drupal.php is included WebCalendar doesn't yet know about its own settings.

If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: mallen - 2012-01-19 This error occurs when I "Edit entry for Does anybody have any idea why the login itself isn't working, or where I could check the code to see what is going on? This issue has been automagically closed by a script. die_miserable_death ( "Error finding WebCalendar tables in database '$db_database' " . "using db login '$db_login' on db server '$db_host'.

\n" . "Have you created the database tables as specified in the "

  1. I must confess limited Drupal knowledge so my efforts are still a hack.
  2. if ( !
  3. Looking at the db through PhpMyAdmim I see that in fact it was not created properly as there are no tables in the new db.
  4. How can Drupal's session_name be accessed without hard coding value?
  5. Anyway, it looks like it is working fine for now.
  6. I suspect that the WebCalendar integration php code is looking for a cookie it isn't finding, but I really have no idea.
  7. Troubleshooting Help DreamHost Forum DreamHost Forum > Customer Discussion > General Troubleshooting > One-Click Install of WebCalendar Full Version: One-Click Install of WebCalendar You're currently viewing a stripped down version of

empty ( $settings['session'] ) && $settings['session'] == 'php' ) { session_start (); if ( ! http://jerome.goudin.free.fr/agenda/ Thanks. Error Finding Webcalendar Tables In Using Drupal, I wasn't able to get webcalendar to log in with any version other than 1.1.2. Has anyone got this working?

All I get is the 'Public Access' calendar regardless of the user I am using, the permissions granted, etc. this page The error rediret me to the following documentation from appendix A using MyPhp and here is the solution 7. Not sure what I should try next. Make sure we can access webcal_config table. // We call this right after the first call to dbi_connect() (from // either connect.php or here in validate.php).

empty ( $login ) ) { if ( $login != addslashes ( $login ) ) { die_miserable_death ( "Illegal characters in login " . "" . That happens in connect.php. // Check for session. I guess I'll leave it be for a while and try again much later. http://invictanetworks.net/error-finding/error-finding-webcalendar.html Solution: [2008-March-21 Please note: corrections to example below have been made in regards to eevul's comments below.] Change to 'includes/classes/WebCalendar.class' line 568: // Use another application's authentication. - if ( $login

Regards, Kannan M. All Rights Reserved. Log in or register to post comments Comment #10 WiredEscape CreditAttribution: WiredEscape commented March 21, 2008 at 11:01pm Your correct Eevul.

The user_logged_in() function does not get the right session due to a change in the name of the Drupal session cookie described here http://drupal.org/node/56357 I fixed this by adding a line

All is peachy. 19 dbi_free_result ( $res ); 20 else { 21 // Error accessing table. 22 // User has wrong db name or has not created tables. 23 // Note: The '{' is a typo and does cause an error further down in the code. I have tried both the beta version of the WebCalendar integration module and the dev snapshot. empty ( $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] ) ) { $PHP_SELF = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; } if ( !

Even logging in as user 1 results in the 'Public Access' calendar. empty ( $_SESSION['webcalendar_session'] ) ) { 00100 $webcalendar_session = $_SESSION['webcalendar_session']; 00101 } 00102 } 00103 // We can't actually check the database yet since we haven't connected 00104 // to the empty ( $_SESSION['webcalendar_session'] ) ) { $webcalendar_session = $_SESSION['webcalendar_session']; } } // We can't actually check the database yet since we haven't connected // to the database. useful reference codeword11-30-2005, 01:50 PM I just went through the process of the one-click-install of WebCalendar.

We call this 4// right after the first call to dbi_connect () 5// (from either the WebCalendar class or here in validate.php). 6function doDbSanityCheck () { 7 global $db_database, $db_host, $db_login; It is a linux based system. Join today Download & Extend Drupal Core Distributions Modules Themes WebCalendar integrationIssues WebCalendar not recognizing logged in users Closed (won't fix)Project:WebCalendar integrationVersion:5.x-1.0-beta1Component:CodePriority:CriticalCategory:Support requestAssigned:UnassignedReporter:whyameyeCreated:September 19, 2007 - 05:28Updated:February 3, 2013 - 14:49