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Title: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM
OK, it is attached to the bottom of this post. (You must be logged in to view or download the attachment)

First of all, thank you to everyone who reported the bugs in 1.1.3.  Your reports have made this a better bridge. :)

Again, this bridge is compatible only with SMF 1.1RC2.  If you have any other version of SMF, please use bridge 3.19a instead.

For new installs:

Unzip the package, and find inside two files:  readme.html and com_smf.zip.  Read the readme.html, and install the com_smf.zip as a component.

For Joomla, you will not need to add code to your template, but for Mambo, you will.

For upgrades from 1.1.2:

Uninstall the bridge component, the bridge registration component, and the mod_smf_login module.  Remove the code from your Mambo/Joomla template.

Read the readme.html.  Install the com_smf.zip as a component.  Please note that for Mambo, the code in the template has changed significantly.  The code is no longer required for Joomla.

If you have 1.1.3, and it is working, you do not need to upgrade.  If you want to upgrade, just follow the instructions above for 1.1.2, making sure to also uninstall the SMF_Headerbot before installing the com_smf.zip.

Group Synch option

Be very careful with the Group Synch button.  If you do not have your Group Synch options saved correctly, you can erase admin status from all Joomla administration.  Do not click the Group Synch button without first making absolutely sure your settings in the Group Synch tab are correct, and you will have at least one Super Admin after synching.

This bridge is released under the terms of the Simple Machines license.  Please do not redistribute.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Excalibur! on April 23, 2006, 09:08:31 AM
Tnx Orstio! :)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: perplexed on April 23, 2006, 09:47:18 AM
I have a question about something weird...

I installed this bridge, everything seems to be working fine, and I can register, which I couldnt do with 1.1.3

However, the component gets installed and makes a menu link called 'forum' but when I look at this link, it says that the component that its linking to is 'wordpress' which I also have installed.  Even though when you click on the forum menu link it does take you to the forum and everything at first glance does seem to be working - also the quote post and jump to actions are also working no probs - but why has it got wordpress as the component?

I should say that this happened last time too with 1.1.3 but I just deleted the link and created a new one, but since its happened again I thought I should ask.  I was going to delete this and make a new menu link but maybe I should leave it as its all working?  Cancel that, the forum link *does* take you to wordpress instead of the forum lol.  I have made a new menu link



Also I cant remember but you have to put your new itemid somewhere but I cant remember where?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 10:08:35 AM
Yeah, I may be better off making sure there is an auto-increment in there, the way I did with the ACL.  :-\
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: perplexed on April 23, 2006, 10:23:58 AM
ok I dont know what you just said lol

Is there somewhere I am supposed to/need to change my itemid?  it was 77 now its 83, or does it automatically do it now?

I remember you telling me before as I had 99999999 instead of 77 but I cant find the post now lol


I remember - its in the redirect script in my index template :)

thanks Orstio, everything seems fine so far  :)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: perplexed on April 23, 2006, 04:21:20 PM
My forum is still displaying http://mysite.com/index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=99999999 in the address, is this a problem?

(I already changed the redirect script to itemid=83 in my index.template.php)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 04:44:07 PM
It's not going to break anything, perplexed, but you might want to track down from which link you are getting to that Itemid and fix it.

I just browsed through your site, and couldn't duplicate the 99999999.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 04:53:50 PM
I`m not exactly sure what version of bridge I have but I would like to update. I`m running smf 1.1rc 2 and joomla 1.0.8 How can I find the version of bridge I`m running.

EDIT: Ok I am running 3.20 I guess.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:08:54 PM
So I uninstall the bridge AND  "Simple Machines Forum Registration" and remove the code from my template then re-install right.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 05:14:53 PM
Don't forget the mod_smf_login module...
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:19:57 PM
So I uninstall 3 things:

bridge
Simple Machines Forum Registration
mod_smf_login module

When removing the code from the template can I just re-upload a fresh copy of the file ???
after uninstalling all this then I install the com_smf.zip as a component and I`m done.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 05:21:58 PM
QuoteWhen removing the code from the template can I just re-upload a fresh copy of the file

Yes.

Quoteafter uninstalling all this then I install the com_smf.zip as a component and I`m done.

You'll need to set your absolute path again and Save.  You'll also notice a lot more options in the config, especially after the first Save.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:28:35 PM
The code went in the Joomla template right ??? (Stupid question)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 05:29:21 PM
Yes, it did.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:31:47 PM
Ok, I`m going to give this a try right now.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 06:04:36 PM
I think I got it. I still got most of those same errors I showed you the first time though. But it looks like its working.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: perplexed on April 23, 2006, 06:05:34 PM
Quote from: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 04:44:07 PM
It's not going to break anything, perplexed, but you might want to track down from which link you are getting to that Itemid and fix it.

I just browsed through your site, and couldn't duplicate the 99999999.
hmmm its weird because wherever it is, when Im in the forum some of the modules that usually display when in the forum, are gone, but when the itemid is 83, they are there

I will keep trying to track it down, thanks
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
Hello,

once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

This is my setting:

(Everything in one Database)

I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

Thank you for your help[/list]
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: MadPax on April 24, 2006, 07:34:26 AM
Sorry to ask this Orstio,

but you have no mention on the perocedure to upgrade for 1.1.3 users. Just overwrite a couple of files or uninstall and the install again?

thnx
Pax
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: phil_roy on April 24, 2006, 07:48:36 AM
Umm, it does state...
QuoteIf you have 1.1.3, and it is working, you do not need to upgrade.  If you want to upgrade, just follow the instructions above for 1.1.2, making sure to also uninstall the SMF_Headerbot before installing the com_smf.zip.
Phil
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 08:28:44 AM
Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
Hello,

once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

This is my setting:

  • Joomla 1.0.8
  • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
  • Bridge 1.1.14
(Everything in one Database)

I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

Thank you for your help[/list]

Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Prasad007 on April 24, 2006, 08:47:11 AM
wat are the updates (if any) in this version, besides bug fixes ?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 09:00:25 AM
There was nothing new added for this release, just bug fixes from 1.1.3.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Prasad007 on April 24, 2006, 09:03:19 AM
oh okay cool :)
is there a list of these bugs that were fixed?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 10:19:54 AM
Everything from the 1.1.3 topic has been fixed:

http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=79530.0
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: willi1 on April 24, 2006, 10:32:05 AM
Hello,

Orstrio thanks for your great work.

I have a small question, which code must i deleted before i install the new bridge? at the moment i use the bridge 1.1.3 i´m a php newbie sorry

Best regards

willi1
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 10:33:24 AM
If you already have 1.1.3, then you didn't put any code into your Joomla template header, so you don't need to delete it.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: willi1 on April 24, 2006, 10:40:31 AM
thx

and really good work.  :)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Monteiro on April 25, 2006, 12:33:48 AM
Hi Orstio!

Great job at the bridge. However, I'm having a problem... Am I supposed to disable the "Your Details" Joomla menu item? When I try to edit things from here, I got some weird *already registered* problems. Doesn't make too much sense, since I'm trying to edit a profile, not register another account.

Ideas?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 25, 2006, 06:39:32 AM
As with all previous bridges, changing things in your Joomla profile will not make those same changes in your SMF profile.  Changing your SMF profile will make changes to your Joomla profile.

Therefore, it is best to unpublish any link to anything that will change your Joomla profile because that will do nothing but confuse you.
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Prasad007 on April 25, 2006, 07:18:25 AM
Quote from: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 10:19:54 AM
Everything from the 1.1.3 topic has been fixed:

http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=79530.0
cool.thanks :)
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Monteiro on April 25, 2006, 09:42:38 AM
Quote from: Orstio on April 25, 2006, 06:39:32 AM
As with all previous bridges, changing things in your Joomla profile will not make those same changes in your SMF profile.  Changing your SMF profile will make changes to your Joomla profile.

Therefore, it is best to unpublish any link to anything that will change your Joomla profile because that will do nothing but confuse you.
That was exactly what I was hoping to get! Thanks a lot Orstio :D
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Sheepdog360 on April 25, 2006, 09:59:37 AM
Quote from: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:19:57 PM
So I uninstall 3 things:

bridge
Simple Machines Forum Registration
mod_smf_login module

When removing the code from the template can I just re-upload a fresh copy of the file ???
after uninstalling all this then I install the com_smf.zip as a component and I`m done.

whats the actual file name of the template, on a default install?
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: Orstio on April 25, 2006, 06:36:27 PM
It's usually easiest to go to your Joomla admin panel, Site menu, Template Manager, Site Templates.

Select the template with the checkmark next to it, and click "Edit HTML".
Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
Post by: BelgarathFL on April 26, 2006, 02:18:35 PM
Quote from: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 08:28:44 AM
    Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
    Hello,

    once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

    This is my setting:

    • Joomla 1.0.8
    • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
    • Bridge 1.1.14
    (Everything in one Database)

    I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

    Thank you for your help[/list]

    Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?

    I'm getting the exact same thing.  As soon as I enter the absolute path to the SMF directory, I get "Hacking Attempt"
    Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
    Post by: Excalibur! on April 26, 2006, 03:30:50 PM
    As I know Joomla does not working on PHP5. Correct me if I'm wrong?
    Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
    Post by: Prasad007 on April 26, 2006, 06:20:33 PM
    Quote from: Excalibur! on April 26, 2006, 03:30:50 PM
    As I know Joomla does not working on PHP5. Correct me if I'm wrong?
    Joomla is currently on PHP 4, just as smf is.
    Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
    Post by: Orstio on April 26, 2006, 06:50:42 PM
    This is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.
    Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
    Post by: Orstio on April 26, 2006, 07:12:25 PM
    Quote from: BelgarathFL on April 26, 2006, 02:18:35 PM
    Quote from: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 08:28:44 AM
      Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
      Hello,

      once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

      This is my setting:

      • Joomla 1.0.8
      • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
      • Bridge 1.1.14
      (Everything in one Database)

      I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

      Thank you for your help[/list]

      Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?

      I'm getting the exact same thing.  As soon as I enter the absolute path to the SMF directory, I get "Hacking Attempt"
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: chinathetimes on April 28, 2006, 12:58:45 AM
      Orstio,

      In case we don't say it enough:

      No whines ...

      No complaints ...

      Just a message to say ... You're the best.

      And you have the patience of Job.

      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: paki on April 28, 2006, 02:39:12 PM
      Quote from: chinathetimes on April 28, 2006, 12:58:45 AM
      Orstio,

      In case we don't say it enough:

      No whines ...

      No complaints ...

      Just a message to say ... You're the best.

      And you have the patience of Job.



      I agree 110% :)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: bremil on April 29, 2006, 12:58:55 PM
      Hi, I have a brand new install of Joomla 1.0.8 and SMF 1.1RC2, running on MySQL 5. Got the following error trying to install this bridge:

      QuoteDB function failed with error number 1264
      Out of range value adjusted for column 'id' at row 1 SQL=INSERT INTO jos_components VALUES( '', 'SMF Bridge', 'option=com_smf', 0, 0, 'option=com_smf', 'SMF Bridge', 'com_smf', 0, 'js/ThemeOffice/component.png', 0, '' )
      SQL =

      INSERT INTO jos_components
      VALUES( '', 'SMF Bridge', 'option=com_smf', 0, 0, 'option=com_smf', 'SMF Bridge', 'com_smf', 0, 'js/ThemeOffice/component.png', 0, '' )

      Any ideas?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 29, 2006, 01:22:13 PM
      Did it install correctly?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: bremil on April 29, 2006, 01:28:36 PM
      No, doesn't look like it. Creates the com_smf directory but doesn't show in the components list. My guess would be the '' for ID is causing the problem. I'm not sure, but I thought on auto-increment values you needed to submit NULL not an empty string. But I can't find the line where this code is being executed to test it.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 29, 2006, 01:30:39 PM
      Do any other components install correctly?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: bremil on April 29, 2006, 01:46:34 PM
      I hadn't thought to try that. Got the same error on another component, same error when I tried to run the statement manually through MySQL. Changed the '' to NULL and it worked, but install is incomplete. Apparently it's a Joomla problem.

      Thanks.

      [EDIT]

      FYI... found a better fix:

      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,47032.0.html
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: opt on April 30, 2006, 09:07:40 AM
      Why loggin module identify lowercase and uppercase?

      lowercase = uppercase, fix?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 09:12:49 AM
      Joomla is case sensitive.  It has nothing to do with the bridge.  It has nothing to do with the login module.  The bridge cannot fix this.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: keirlawson on April 30, 2006, 09:45:07 AM
      I cant seem to set the default groups on my forum to have author privledges, the setting just seems to revent when i try to change it :(
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 09:52:25 AM
      You're going to have to explain to me how you are trying to give your members author privileges....
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: keirlawson on April 30, 2006, 10:00:23 AM
      In the "groups" tab of the bridge configuration you can select which groups correspond to which...
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 10:02:30 AM
      Yes, and after you set them, you click "Save".

      Then you need to go to the Synch Tab, and click the third button to perform the synchronization.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: keirlawson on April 30, 2006, 10:13:07 AM
      yeah i click save but they still revert :(
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 10:14:36 AM
      Can you PM me a URL and super admin access?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: keirlawson on April 30, 2006, 10:28:40 AM
      sent
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 10:32:24 AM
      Thanks.  I've replied.  I am seeing both you Global Moderator and Moderator SMF groups synched to Author in Joomla.  Is that what you want?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 12:14:59 PM
      Thank you very much for granting me access so I could see what was going on.  This bug will be fixed in future versions of the bridge.  :)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: mpetrie on April 30, 2006, 10:14:54 PM
      Oristo wrote:
      QuoteOK, it is attached to the bottom of this post

      It would be helpful to warn people that you've set the forum to hide attachments unless you've logged in! I've just spent ages hunting for a copy of the latest bridge!

      Mike
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on April 30, 2006, 10:19:40 PM
      Done.  ;)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Moonray on May 01, 2006, 11:33:10 AM
      I am in "situation"  :o

      After Synch'ing, I have lost the Super Admin power at my Joomla site! How do I get it back?


      EDIT: Solved it myself...

      Had to edit the jos_users and jos_core_acl_groups_aro_map in phpMyAdmin...
      Those who need help on this, please feel free to contact me. I think I can handle it..

      EDIT 2: Tutorial

      For those who are in this "situation", now I have posted a tutorial at Joomlaspan.
      See it here: Joomla-SMF Tutorial, How to recover Super Admin Status? (http://www.joomlaspan.com/joomla-tutorials/joomla-smf/joomla-smf-bridge-recover-super-administrator-status-after-bad-synchronization.html)

      Good luck
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Moonray on May 02, 2006, 07:40:32 AM
      Is there a way to add dynamic titles to this version?

      The dynamic title solution for the 1.1.3 version does not work in this version.

      Thanks!
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: vancanneyt on May 03, 2006, 05:33:11 PM
      when integrating joomla with smf and community builder, when you block a user in the backend in CB (community builder) is the user also blocked in SMF?
      When deleting a user in joomla backends usermanager of CB usermanager, will the user be deleted in smf?

      today on developers blog this appeared:
      QuoteApart from a few security changes (which have broken some components - especially those that integrated with the core like SMF) between point releases, Joomla! has remained compatible with the vast majority of components in the community and commercial sphere. While 1.5 brings a large number of improvements for both developers and users alike, it will likely break a large number of components. One reason is due to the fact that the majority of the /includes directory has been gutted and moved into a better structure in /libraries. Any component that directly accessed includes will not work any more, but will work properly with the correct jimport statement
      here is something with SMF, so my question is: is this release of this smf component already tested on 1.5 and is it compatible or will it be made compatible in the near future?

      in de smf module, the registration link goes to CB, and lost password leads to the smf_registration component. CB provides this to, can it be done trough CB or not?

      if registrations run on CB only, is the smf registration component neccessary?

      is this compatible with latest CB? i'm running 1.0 stable (not yet released).
      CB can use extra plugins that can handle things in CB, maybe an idea to develop something for better integration with CB? more info on joomlapolis.com (or contact beat or trail they know a lot about this )

      sorry for all the questions ;) i just want to be sure i can use it, it already sees verry good.
      Thanks in advance.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 03, 2006, 05:45:11 PM
      Quotewhen integrating joomla with smf and community builder, when you block a user in the backend in CB (community builder) is the user also blocked in SMF?
      When deleting a user in joomla backends usermanager of CB usermanager, will the user be deleted in smf?

      No, on both counts.  However, it does work the other way:  If the user is banned in SMF, he/she will not be able to access Joomla.  Also, deleting a user in SMF will delete the user in Joomla.

      Quotehere is something with SMF, so my question is: is this release of this smf component already tested on 1.5 and is it compatible or will it be made compatible in the near future?

      Not yet tested with Joomla 1.5.  However, it does not directly access any Joomla includes....perhaps they are referring mainly to the joomlahacks integration, which makes changes to some core files?

      I'll do some testing to see.

      Quotein de smf module, the registration link goes to CB, and lost password leads to the smf_registration component. CB provides this to, can it be done trough CB or not?

      No.  CB will not insert a new SHA1 hashed password into the SMF member database.

      Quoteif registrations run on CB only, is the smf registration component neccessary?

      Yes.  See above.

      Quoteis this compatible with latest CB? i'm running 1.0 stable (not yet released).

      I don't see why not.

      QuoteCB can use extra plugins that can handle things in CB, maybe an idea to develop something for better integration with CB? more info on joomlapolis.com (or contact beat or trail they know a lot about this )

      Yeah, not likely to be done by me.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: vancanneyt on May 03, 2006, 05:48:57 PM
      QuoteNo, on both counts.  However, it does work the other way:  If the user is banned in SMF, he/she will not be able to access Joomla.  Also, deleting a user in SMF will delete the user in Joomla.

      first thanks for the quick awnsers, helped me a lot ;)
      cbplugins, this is where the quote might get handy, plugins in CB can be coded to do those actions.

      and yes an other question (sorry): avatar handling CB avatars versus SMF avatars, can this be done automaticly?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 03, 2006, 05:53:31 PM
      Quoteand yes an other question (sorry): avatar handling CB avatars versus SMF avatars, can this be done automaticly?

      No.

      http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=63187.msg563127#msg563127
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: willi1 on May 04, 2006, 01:13:19 AM
      Hello Orstrio,

      have you any suggestion when works SMF Bridge with Open Sef RC5

      best regards

      willi1
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 04, 2006, 06:41:16 AM
      Predator will probably havea better idea of that.  He is now aware of a requirement for SMF URLs that mess things up a bit in OpenSEF.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Pretas on May 04, 2006, 09:58:18 PM
      Unless I login with the EXACT name, with the login mod it only logs me into the forums, not anything else.
      IE: if I login with "pretas" and my username is "Pretas" it'll only log me in the forum section, and not the rest of the site. It's case sensitive for one side of the login process. Is there some way to fix this?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 04, 2006, 09:59:08 PM
      Joomla is case sensitive.  This has nothing to do with the bridge.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Pretas on May 04, 2006, 10:02:11 PM
      Well when I login with the regular login component that comes with it, it isn't case sensitive.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 04, 2006, 10:30:41 PM
      Not in all situations, no.

      Since a lot of users seem to be confused by needing to type in the username the same way that they did when they registered, here is some code that will work around the issue.

      In smf.php, find this:

      // Log into Mambo now.....
      $request = mysql_query("
      SELECT id, gid, block, usertype
      FROM {$mosConfig_dbprefix}users
      WHERE username = '$username'
      AND password = '$passwd'");
      $row = mysql_fetch_array($request);


      And change it to this:

      // Log into Mambo now.....
      $request = mysql_query("
      SELECT username, id, gid, block, usertype
      FROM {$mosConfig_dbprefix}users
      WHERE username = '$username'
      AND password = '$passwd'");
      $row = mysql_fetch_array($request);

      $username = $row['username'];
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Pretas on May 04, 2006, 10:33:56 PM
      Where is that file located?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Pretas on May 04, 2006, 10:35:59 PM
      Nevermind, I found it, and that works! Thanks!
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: rockipsiz on May 05, 2006, 08:16:09 PM
      When you're moving your joomla to another server, don't forget to change following files' CHMOD to 777

      /components/com_smf_registration
      /administrator/components/com_smf_registration
      components/com_smf_registration/config.smf_registration.php
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: sadrach on May 07, 2006, 03:30:43 PM
      hi men.

      it throws east error to me...


      Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/SSI.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/rapvisio/public_html/templates/a6greyflash/index.php on line 19
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 07, 2006, 03:56:52 PM
      You didn't configure the component.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: scoobyx on May 07, 2006, 06:22:30 PM
      Orstio,

      My current installations are as follows

          * Joomla 1.0.8
          * smf 1.1RC2
         

      I downloaded Bridge 1.1.4 (SMF 1.1 RC2-Mambo,Joomla) then extracted the com_smf.zip file
      Logged in to the backend of joomla and installed under components com_smf zip.


      As far as I can see when I install com_smf zip file it installs the bridge the registration and the login module disabling the current joomla login module. This installed fine with no errors.

      However...

      When I try to login to the joomla frontend using the new smf login module it only logs me into smf and Not the joomla site. I have tested my account and password both in joomla and smf independantly and they are in sync. I also un-installed the bridge and re-installed with exactly the same issue. I then tried to create a new user account using the registration however have the same issue upon login (only logs into smf)


      Just wondered if you or anyone else has experienced this and could maybe offerer some suggestions.

      Thanks in advanced

      Scoobyx
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 07, 2006, 07:07:38 PM
      Do you have a URL?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: scoobyx on May 07, 2006, 08:38:38 PM
      Orstio,

      Just PM'ed you the URL

      cheers

      Scoobyx
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: scoobyx on May 07, 2006, 08:55:28 PM
      I've just registered again with a new account and managed to get it working, seems that the old accounts I created a while back and sync'd are the cause now. A quick fix may be if I just delete the old accounts and recreate.

      cheers

      Scoobyx
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:33:54 PM
      there are SOOO many bugs and problems in this bridge...
      even with the default installation.. i get many errors!
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on May 09, 2006, 02:38:27 PM
      You know, Prasad...   rather than making an extremely UNHELPFUL and inflammatory comments like
      "there are SOOO many bugs and problems in this bridge...
      even with the default installation.. i get many errors!"

      it would be HELPFUL if you could make a REPORT of WHAT erros you are getting.

      I installed 1.1.4 with no errors at all...   so I tend to assume that you are doing somethign wrong, if you are getting them.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:41:12 PM
      Sorry about that.
      well ill report them by tommorrow.. i got frustrated enough to just remove joomla :P
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Aravot on May 09, 2006, 02:47:59 PM
      Have installed few time Bridge 1.1.4 + Joomla 1.0.8 + SMF 1.1 RC2 no problems what so ever at least not during installation.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:49:13 PM
      Quote from: Aravot on May 09, 2006, 02:47:59 PM
      Have installed few time Bridge 1.1.4 + Joomla 1.0.8 + SMF 1.1 RC2 no problems what so ever at least not during installation.
      not in installation!
      im getting errors in usage.
      like some error in "groups" in smf bridge configuration in the joomla control panel.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Aravot on May 09, 2006, 02:53:16 PM
      Quote from: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:49:13 PM
      like some error in "groups" in smf bridge configuration in the joomla control panel.

      Do you mean during synch, cause I used it few times no errors.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:56:09 PM
      yes i believe so... im getting it straight after default installation..
      also when logging out from the forum through joomla... yet another error... another one while logging in.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Aravot on May 09, 2006, 03:03:05 PM
      Please write the errors that you are getting
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 03:08:07 PM
      as mentioned before...

      Quote from: Prasad007 on May 09, 2006, 02:41:12 PM
      well ill report them by tommorrow.. i got frustrated enough to just remove joomla :P
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: reemj on May 11, 2006, 04:11:03 AM
      hello guys,

      joomla 1.5 beta version is about to come out this weekend
      i have tried to install the bridge on that system, but there seems to be a databe table field that is being altered
      ALTER TABLE `jos_core_acl_aro` CHANGE COLUMN `aro_id` `id` INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT;


      what need i do in order to make it work with the new system?

      thanx a head
      Re'em jacob
      http://www.joomla.co.il (http://www.joomla.co.il)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 11, 2006, 06:52:06 AM
      There is no public release of a bridge compatible with Joomla 1.5.  I am working on it.  Please be patient.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: reemj on May 11, 2006, 07:26:56 AM
      thanks in advance,

      i managed to fix the DB fields for the installation
      maybe it will help..
      [Link to License violation removed]
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on May 11, 2006, 07:57:42 AM
      as has been noted in a separate thread...  this bridge will not work with joomla 1.5.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 11, 2006, 05:53:28 PM
      Quote from: reemjthanks in advance,

      i managed to fix the DB fields for the installation
      maybe it will help..


      Redistributing the bridge is a violation of the SMF license.  Please remove that.

      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: N3k0 on May 12, 2006, 01:28:44 AM
      I only have one error... when u use the wrapped mode of SMF in joomla, u cant use the function of edit in line AKA quick edit, the link dont make nothing...

      (sorry for the english im Mexican lol)

      Chaox
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 12, 2006, 06:45:43 AM
      Try this mod:

      http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=67889.0
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: shprota on May 13, 2006, 08:25:01 PM
      First of all, thanks for a continuous support of the SMF to Joomla integration.
      Now for the problems.
      I have installed the 1.1.4 on Joomla 1.0.8. Everything has installed as a breeze, everything looks working but two things:

      1. Some IE users report they can't login getting "you need to enable cookie support" message. I can't reproduce this neither in IE nor in FireFox, but the reports were there.

      2. Menalto Gallery2 integrated into site stopped working. You can get to the gallery top but cannot enter any albums or pictures.
      After 4 hours of investigations it appeared that the SSI module included by the header bot calls function cleanRequest that effectively wipes out a lot of fields from the $_REQUEST system variable.
      Among those fields was the one that is telling Gallery2 which item to open, namely - g2_itemId.
      It is important that fields get wiped by cleanRequest when SEF is on in Joomla. Probably, the function experiences some troubles parsing SEF-encoded URI.
      I understand that this function has nothing to do with the bridge, however, since the header bot includes SSI.php, it causes this kind of problem.

      I will for now be reverting to version 1.1.2 of the bridge, but I am quite certain, I am not the only one who will have this problem with the bridge, so there is something that needs to be done about that.

      EDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string
      require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");
      on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

      Regards,
      Constantine
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: paki on May 13, 2006, 08:49:38 PM
      Quote from: shprota on May 13, 2006, 08:25:01 PM
      First of all, thanks for a continuous support of the SMF to Joomla integration.
      Now for the problems.
      I have installed the 1.1.4 on Joomla 1.0.8. Everything has installed as a breeze, everything looks working but two things:

      1. Some IE users report they can't login getting "you need to enable cookie support" message. I can't reproduce this neither in IE nor in FireFox, but the reports were there.

      2. Menalto Gallery2 integrated into site stopped working. You can get to the gallery top but cannot enter any albums or pictures.
      After 4 hours of investigations it appeared that the SSI module included by the header bot calls function cleanRequest that effectively wipes out a lot of fields from the $_REQUEST system variable.
      Among those fields was the one that is telling Gallery2 which item to open, namely - g2_itemId.
      It is important that fields get wiped by cleanRequest when SEF is on in Joomla. Probably, the function experiences some troubles parsing SEF-encoded URI.
      I understand that this function has nothing to do with the bridge, however, since the header bot includes SSI.php, it causes this kind of problem.

      I will for now be reverting to version 1.1.2 of the bridge, but I am quite certain, I am not the only one who will have this problem with the bridge, so there is something that needs to be done about that.

      EDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string
      require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");
      on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

      Regards,
      Constantine

      Hey, thanks for that fix! I had originally used another fix but then found out that the file had corrupted and was empty on my server, so everything was working fine. When I found the problem, I bumped up the thread but didn't get a response, so I kept using the 0kb file (never caused problems on my site). After commenting that out, that works great! Thanks

      Side-note: that line is line 63 of the file :P
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 13, 2006, 09:01:22 PM
      QuoteEDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string

      Code:
      require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

      Regards,
      Constantine


      Again, not something I would suggest doing.  That may break other things that are not immediately obvious.

      You would be better off finding this line:

      if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf'){

      and changing it to this:

      if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf' && $_REQUEST['option']!='com_gallery2'){

      But, then I make no guarantees that login will work if somebody tries it from the gallery page.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: paki on May 13, 2006, 09:07:49 PM
      Quote from: Orstio on May 13, 2006, 09:01:22 PM
      QuoteEDIT: Didn't have to revert to 1.1.2 - commenting out string

      Code:
      require_once ($smf_path."/SSI.php");on line 10 of SMF_header_include.php has solved the problem.

      Regards,
      Constantine


      Again, not something I would suggest doing.  That may break other things that are not immediately obvious.

      You would be better off finding this line:

      if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf'){

      and changing it to this:

      if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf' && $_REQUEST['option']!='com_gallery2'){

      But, then I make no guarantees that login will work if somebody tries it from the gallery page.

      Cool, that fix works man. I started noticing some errors in my cpanel error log when i commented out SSI.php, just had to wait for them to become constant before checking back here. Uncommented the SSI.php line, and added the codehack you described - works like a charm. Thanks
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: shprota on May 13, 2006, 09:13:07 PM
      Orstio, thanks for the correction.
      I will investigate the consequences of commenting out SSI.php inclusion. Meanwhile login works for me from all pages.
      Also, I suppose that Gallery2 is just one example of the "victim" component. There must be others, so checking particularly for com_gallery2 would just solve a local problem.
      Anyway, is it possible to communicate with developers of SSI interface in order to try fixing it's cleanRequest algorithm?
      It also looks like this function is the cause of the "cookie problem", by the way.

      I will investigate the consequences in more details tomorrow (5 am here  :-X)  and post the results. For now it seems that the SMF styles and scripts paths are gone, but that is easy to fix.

      Regards,
      Constantine
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 13, 2006, 09:21:03 PM
      QuoteI will investigate the consequences of commenting out SSI.php inclusion. Meanwhile login works for me from all pages.
      Also, I suppose that Gallery2 is just one example of the "victim" component. There must be others, so checking particularly for com_gallery2 would just solve a local problem.
      Anyway, is it possible to communicate with developers of SSI interface in order to try fixing it's cleanRequest algorithm?
      It also looks like this function is the cause of the "cookie problem", by the way.

      The issue is actually caused by the Non-SEF nature of the com_gallery2 URLs.  That output should be buffered, and replaced with a SEF equivalent inside com_gallery2, IMO.  I know I struggled quite a bit with converting URLs to SEF in the SMF bridge.  The com_gallery2 URLs would be a breeze to convert, because they don't ever use any special characters like semi-colons and periods.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: shprota on May 13, 2006, 09:27:37 PM
      QuoteThe issue is actually caused by the Non-SEF nature of the com_gallery2 URLs.  That output should be buffered, and replaced with a SEF equivalent inside com_gallery2, IMO.  I know I struggled quite a bit with converting URLs to SEF in the SMF bridge.  The com_gallery2 URLs would be a breeze to convert, because they don't ever use any special characters like semi-colons and periods.

      This is definitely a solution. Will try to modify the g2 bridge.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: k3 on May 14, 2006, 05:38:30 AM
      Can i bridge SMF and Joomla if SMF is in a subdomain and Joomla is in the root htdocs directory of the main domain?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: DazUlrich on May 14, 2006, 07:35:45 AM
      brilliant that fix works for me too. thanks a million.
      shprota if you could help Michiel (who is writing the bridge) developing a sef_ext.php we all would be very grateful. :-)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 14, 2006, 09:12:33 AM
      Quote from: k3 on May 14, 2006, 05:38:30 AM
      Can i bridge SMF and Joomla if SMF is in a subdomain and Joomla is in the root htdocs directory of the main domain?

      Yers, as long as the subdomain is on the same server, and has write access to the main domain.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: shprota on May 16, 2006, 05:03:30 PM
      Continuing the SMF and Gallery2 conflict topic.
      I managed to make G2 use 100% SEF links under Joomla. Looks nice, works nice too.

      To make the view item action of G2 work with SEF links, do the following:

      1. Activate rewrite module in G2 (through the embedded gallery administration)
      2. Configure the module to rewrite only "Show Item" option
      3. Delete all G2 stuff from Joomla .htaccess
      4. Add the following code to the end of Joomla .htaccess:
      RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} \ /component/option,com_gallery2/Itemid,([0-9]+)/v/([^?]+)(\?.|\ .)
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !/gallery2/main\.php$
      RewriteRule .   index.php?option=com_gallery2&Itemid=%1&g2_view=core.ShowItem&g2_path=%2  [QSA,L]


      5. Locate the following code in components/com_gallery2/pages/main.php:

      $g2ItemId = intval(mosGetParam($_REQUEST, 'g2_itemId', 0));

      if(empty($g2ItemId)){
              $g2ItemId = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'];
              $_REQUEST['g2_itemId'] = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'] ;
              $_GET['g2_itemId'] = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'] ;
      }


      and change it to read:


      $g2ItemId = intval(mosGetParam($_REQUEST, 'g2_itemId', 0));
      if(empty($g2ItemId))
      {
        $g2ItemId = intval(mosGetParam($_GET, 'g2_itemId', 0));
      }

      if(empty($g2ItemId)){
              $g2ItemId = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'];
              $_REQUEST['g2_itemId'] = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'] ;
              $_GET['g2_itemId'] = $g2Config['id.rootAlbum'] ;
      }


      Now the integrated G2 should work with 100% SEF URIs.

      Troubleshooting technique:
      If this does not work for you, chances are you are either not using Joomla! standard SEF (using no SEF or using OpenSEF, SEF404 or whatever) or have some differences in rewrite rules.
      To check that the SEF URL for Gallery2 is parsed and rewritten correctly, you may insert a line of code:
      echo "<pre>", print_r($_REQUEST, true), "</pre><br />";
      somewhere in the begining of the Joomla! index.php, reload the page and see whether the request contains fields g2_view and g2_path. If it does not, than the problem is with the rewriting rules and you have to tweak them to make things work.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 16, 2006, 06:03:44 PM
      Wow, we've actually gone 5 pages without this reminder:

      QuoteThis is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: reynierpm on May 17, 2006, 01:46:18 PM
      I have one question: is recommended use SMF 1.1 RC2 instead of 1.0.7? I ask because I have a Joomla 1.0.8 and vBulletin 3.5.4. Now I found SMF and I pass from vBulletin to SMF all. So ... if I want use SMF integrate in Joomla with bridge use for?

      Regards,
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 17, 2006, 06:08:18 PM
      Quote from: first postAgain, this bridge is compatible only with SMF 1.1RC2.  If you have any other version of SMF, please use bridge 3.19a instead.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: mikho on May 18, 2006, 09:29:04 PM
      Opps. Sorry I just read that we shouldn't post any "Help me" posts here... will post it in a new topic.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: N3k0 on May 19, 2006, 11:42:19 AM
      Quote from: Orstio on May 12, 2006, 06:45:43 AM
      Try this mod:

      http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=67889.0

      Thx (http://www.simplemachinesforum.net/ThemeImages/newsite/post/thumbup.gif)

      Chaox
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: SinekSekiz on May 26, 2006, 12:17:49 AM
      Hi guys.

      I am really sorry for the stupid things that I am going to ask now.

      1) Ok first thing is first. What I hope I am going to do by installing this module is

          - Instead of having two diferent user database (Anything else does not mater for me. I want my users to sign up to my site and its board all together just once.) having just one database.
          - As long as a user loged in It will be shown in Joomla's and SMF's visitor area.

      2) I have joomla 1.0.8 and SMF 1.0.7 previously installed in sepperate database's. Is this module the right module for me.

      3) Do I have to delete any of my databases. I need both. They are used pretty much till now and I do not want to sarifice either one of them.

      4) If there is not is there any way to connect this databases.

      Thank you very much for your answers.

      A dork who tries to publish a web page with a forum. ( : D : P )
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 26, 2006, 12:31:01 AM
      Quote1) Ok first thing is first. What I hope I am going to do by installing this module is

          - Instead of having two diferent user database (Anything else does not mater for me. I want my users to sign up to my site and its board all together just once.) having just one database.
          - As long as a user loged in It will be shown in Joomla's and SMF's visitor area.

      There are going to be two different user databases, one for Joomla and one for SMF.  However, this does not mean you need to login twice.  One login, two databases.

      Quote2) I have joomla 1.0.8 and SMF 1.0.7 previously installed in sepperate database's. Is this module the right module for me.

      Please read the first post in this topic.  It does clearly state:

      QuoteAgain, this bridge is compatible only with SMF 1.1RC2.

      Quote3) Do I have to delete any of my databases. I need both. They are used pretty much till now and I do not want to sarifice either one of them.

      No, please do not delete any of your databases.  See reply to #1 above.

      Quote4) If there is not is there any way to connect this databases.

      See reply to #1 above.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on May 26, 2006, 11:17:47 AM
      and to answer the question which I know is coming next...   if you are using 1.0.7, then you need bridge v3.19a_stable.  See the combined readme sticky post for a link to that archive file.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: SinekSekiz on May 26, 2006, 12:00:06 PM
      Orstio and Kinderd (i hope i write them right) you are stars man.

      Thank you very much indeed.

      I hope I can find thet stable thingy.

      See ya.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: gamesmad on May 26, 2006, 06:23:38 PM
      Very nice, works great, until I post, then it reverts back to normal SMF, getting rid of the Joomla! wrapping.  How can I stop that happening??

      Will
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on May 26, 2006, 08:51:32 PM
      Quote from: gamesmad on May 26, 2006, 06:23:38 PM
      Very nice, works great, until I post, then it reverts back to normal SMF, getting rid of the Joomla! wrapping.  How can I stop that happening??

      Will

      Turn off SEF in SMF.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: gamesmad on May 27, 2006, 05:45:33 PM
      Sorry if Im being stupid, but how would I do that??

      Will
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: paki on May 27, 2006, 06:54:59 PM
      Admin panel -> Features and Options -> 3rd section from the bottom: Search engine friendly URLs
      Apache only!

      Make sure it is unchecked
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: gamesmad on May 28, 2006, 09:17:41 AM
      Quote from: paki on May 27, 2006, 06:54:59 PM
      Admin panel -> Features and Options -> 3rd section from the bottom: Search engine friendly URLs
      Apache only!

      Make sure it is unchecked

      Thanks :)

      Will
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Twistor on May 31, 2006, 03:32:35 PM
      when i download i always get a corrupt archive :(
      any mirror available?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on May 31, 2006, 03:51:21 PM
      no...  there are no mirrors.


      I just downloaded and checked and the file works fine for me.
      How do you know you get a corrupt archive?
      Are you EXTRACTING the files FIRST before trying to load it as a component?
      (you should be loading the zip file called com_smf.zip as a component, not the overall archive)

      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Twistor on June 01, 2006, 02:36:15 PM
      when I open it it says corrupt and no files show in it
      But its ok now I installed winzip and it works now :)
      winrar can't open it i guess

      cheers
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Excalibur! on June 01, 2006, 03:36:04 PM
      I checked and WinRAR opens without any problems...
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: jason.s on June 05, 2006, 06:58:50 PM
      Quick question, I uninstalled this bridge as the requirements for the site I am building no longer include a forum.  The uninstall went fine (ie I'm back to using CB's login and everything works), except there's still references to SMF's CSS and such in the pages Joomla! generates, however I can't find where this is coming from.

      Stuff like:

      <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="http://rod/joomla/smf/Themes/default/script.js?rc2"></script>
      <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://rod/joomla/smf/Themes/default/style.css?rc2" />


      Etc etc..  any idea how to eliminate these?  Thanks in advance.

      (Good component BTW, everything installed perfectly when I set it up)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 05, 2006, 07:09:03 PM
      There should be a mambot called SMF_Header_include.  Uninstall that as well.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: jason.s on June 05, 2006, 07:14:08 PM
      Awesome, that did the trick.  Thanks! :)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: theslam2006 on June 05, 2006, 10:02:41 PM
      Becareful. The new 1.0.9 seems to cause issues with the bridge....and can mess up your board quite abit.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 05, 2006, 10:04:01 PM
      QuoteBecareful. The new 1.0.9 seems to cause issues with the bridge....and can mess up your board quite abit.

      ???
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: theslam2006 on June 05, 2006, 10:08:01 PM
      On joomlahacks.com (namly this topic: http://www.joomlahacks.com/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,94/topic,1769.msg8230;topicseen#msg8230 ) they said the same thing. I highly doubt they are using the same bridge, but I am also having problems after ive upgraded. I thought it was something else, but I highly doubt it.

      Everyone is viewed as a guest, even when they login with case correct (which is another annoying issue) they are still viewed as a guest. Something went wrong, and im trying to go back to 1.0.8 now.

      For reference, click my banner. Its the site im talking about. You will need a member name to seem what I mean.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 05, 2006, 10:12:27 PM
      I can't speak for the joomlahacks integration.  I know that component makes changes to core Joomla and SMF files, which can result in some nasty things happening with certain upgrades.

      For the 1.1.4 bridge, one small change needs to be made for the Joomla 1.0.9 upgrade.  Find this in smf.php (in the integrate_login function):

      //Joomla 1.0.8 compatibility

      if (isset($_VERSION) && $_VERSION->PRODUCT == 'Joomla!' && $_VERSION->DEV_LEVEL >= '8'){
      $remCookieName = mosMainFrame::remCookieName_User();
                              $remCookieValue = mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_User( $username ) . mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_Pass( $passwd );
      setcookie( $remCookieName, $remCookieValue, $lifetime, '/' );
      }


      and replace it with this:

      //Joomla 1.0.8 compatibility

      if (isset($_VERSION) && $_VERSION->PRODUCT == 'Joomla!' && $_VERSION->DEV_LEVEL >= '8'){
      $remCookieName = mosMainFrame::remCookieName_User();
      //Joomla 1.0.9 compatibility
                              if ($_VERSION->DEV_LEVEL>='9')
      $remCookieValue = mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_User( $username ) . mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_Pass( $passwd ) . $row['id'];
                              else
      $remCookieValue = mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_User( $username ) . mosMainFrame::remCookieValue_Pass( $passwd );
      setcookie( $remCookieName, $remCookieValue, $lifetime, '/' );
      }


      For future reference, you will probably not find very valuable information about this bridge at joomlahacks.com, nor will you find much valuable information about the joomlahacks integration here.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: theslam2006 on June 05, 2006, 10:42:22 PM
      Heh, yea I know. I Just found the site and they said something about some bridge not working. But, that was very quick....

      I just replaced the files back to .08 and everything is fine again. I will test that code out on my test server before I do it again.

      Thanks for doing that update.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: gasg on June 06, 2006, 07:14:39 AM
      I have upgrade now to Joomla 1.0.9 and modify the smf.php how say Ostrio and works great :)
      Thanks for your job.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Luthorcrow` on June 06, 2006, 03:39:07 PM
      Wow.  Had no problems on 1.08.  Just did a fresh install of 1.09 and made the changes above.  It installed and then once enabled it jacked the layout of my site and style sheet and did not work.  I am assuming this means I am going to have re-install?  Ideas where I went wrong?

      This was the error message I received when I synched:

      (http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/4446/smfproblem9mm.th.gif) (http://img375.imageshack.us/my.php?image=smfproblem9mm.gif)

      Link to jacked page.

      http://killerbananas.org/devsite2/ (http://killerbananas.org/devsite2/)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 06, 2006, 06:12:52 PM
      Quote from: Luthorcrow` on June 06, 2006, 03:39:07 PM
      Wow.  Had no problems on 1.08.  Just did a fresh install of 1.09 and made the changes above.  It installed and then once enabled it jacked the layout of my site and style sheet and did not work.  I am assuming this means I am going to have re-install?  Ideas where I went wrong?

      This was the error message I received when I synched:

      (http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/4446/smfproblem9mm.th.gif) (http://img375.imageshack.us/my.php?image=smfproblem9mm.gif)

      Link to jacked page.

      http://killerbananas.org/devsite2/ (http://killerbananas.org/devsite2/)

      It doesn't look like you actually have the bridge installed there....
      Title: Cannot edit content in front-end after upgrade to Joomla 1.0.9
      Post by: sukl on June 07, 2006, 11:12:51 AM
      Guys, I must be loosing my memory or I am overworked. Two weeks ago I upgraded to Joomla 1.0.8 and I had the same problem and I fixed it but now I can't recall what I did.  ???

      The problem is:
      When I log in to front-end using the smf login module it won't recognize that I am an admin (or special group) and I can't edit items from front-end. On the other hand when I published the native login module for Joomla it works fine.

      Thanks

      Ludek
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on June 07, 2006, 12:49:51 PM
      and did you apply the hack-fix to smf.php that is required to work with 1.0.9????
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: sukl on June 07, 2006, 01:00:48 PM
      Kindred, thank you for your reply. No I haven't applied the hack-fix to 1.0.9. Where do I download it from? I couldn't find it in the forum.

      Thanks
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Wolfenrook on June 07, 2006, 01:11:15 PM
      You don't download it, you apply it yourself.  The instructions are on the previous page of this thread.

      Wolfenrook
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: sukl on June 07, 2006, 01:28:56 PM
      Cool! That was it. Thanks a lot!  :D
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: GabeHH on June 07, 2006, 02:01:47 PM
      I can say only : GREAT AND FAST work Orstio ;)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: vaporizedman on June 10, 2006, 03:31:03 PM
      Thank you very very much ostio. you are so great.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: wb on June 10, 2006, 06:58:49 PM
      Okay, first, I posted elsewhere, 2 times and never got a response so I'm hoping to hear something back here.

      I have joomla! 1.0.8 and am wanting to install and use SMF 1.0.7 with the 1.1-rc2 bridge. I've tried this installation various times and each time have run in to the same issue.

      This is what I do to install:
      upload smf_1-1-rc2_install.zip and unzip to /dc-lan/forum
      Browse to http://www.dc-lan.com/forum/install.php and follow the instructions. Installation goes off without a hitch. Now for the SMF bridge.

      From the joomla - install component page
      browse to and upload com_smf.zip
      after the install I get the following errors:
      Quote
      Warning: rename(/var/www/dc-lan/administrator/components/com_smf/bots/SMF_header_include.php,/var/www/dc-lan/mambots/system/SMF_header_include.php) [function.rename]: Permission denied in /var/www/dc-lan/administrator/components/com_smf/install.smf.php on line 104
      Quote
      Warning: rename(/var/www/dc-lan/administrator/components/com_smf/bots/SMF_header_include.x,/var/www/dc-lan/mambots/system/SMF_header_include.xml) [function.rename]: Permission denied in /var/www/dc-lan/administrator/components/com_smf/install.smf.php on line 105
      Quote
      SMF Bridge Component
      Installation: successful
      "smf - This is the bridge component for Simple Machines Forum."

      Now, components -> smf bridge -> configuration
      from here i change the absolute path to smf to /var/www/dc-lan/forum change type to wrapped and save.

      Load up http://www.dc-lan.com/ and it loads my SMF on front page?

      I really want to leave this up so you can see it in action, but as this is a event I'm throwing in August, I need my page functioning properly. I'll leave it up for a few hours, until I leave for work, then I'm going to uninstall SMF, unless I see a fix or an idea posted. Hope to hear from someone soon :S
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on June 10, 2006, 07:46:30 PM
      ummmm....  did you just read your own post?   You can not use the 1.1RC2 bridge with SMF 1.0.7


      Also, you didn't read the sticky posts...   those errors on install are related to not having the directories set to the correct permissions.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: wb on June 10, 2006, 07:55:13 PM
      i followed a guide that i found on the joomla forums, i'll have to see if i can find it. well gj on my part then.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: wb on June 10, 2006, 08:37:20 PM
      well apparently i can't read. sorry for that guys. anyhow, i'm still having a similar issue, correct me if i'm wrong, but SMF 1.1 RC2 would use bridge 1.1.4 right? Thats how my current setup is and everything installed fine. Only thing is, its still loading the SMF index as my frontpage, in wrapped or unwrapped mode.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on June 10, 2006, 09:59:38 PM
      the first menu itme in the main menu is considered the site front page.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Moonray on June 11, 2006, 09:46:48 AM
      The "Group Synch" option is useful but risky as warned in the first post. I was one of those who took the risk and suffered :)

      Now I have written a tutorial at Joomlaspan on how to recover the Super Admin status after losing it with a Synch that went sour...

      The tutorial is here: Joomla-SMF Tutorial, How to recover Super Admin Status? (http://www.joomlaspan.com/joomla-tutorials/joomla-smf/joomla-smf-bridge-recover-super-administrator-status-after-bad-synchronization.html)

      Hope others find it useful.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 11, 2006, 03:24:02 PM
      This is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: lafactory.com on June 11, 2006, 04:02:14 PM
      Quote from: Orstio on June 11, 2006, 03:24:02 PM
      This is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.

      what ? almost every post here is about a problem with your component and now you tell us we can't have support here ?!?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 11, 2006, 04:04:12 PM
      I moved your post here:

      http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=92717.0

      QuoteThis is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.


      Had you actually read this topic, you would have seen that I have posted that at least three times in this topic already.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: lafactory.com on June 11, 2006, 04:39:47 PM
      Quote from: Orstio on June 11, 2006, 04:04:12 PM
      Had you actually read this topic, you would have seen that I have posted that at least three times in this topic already.

      Hi, I did not read every message from the whole 11 pages, I bet most users won't either. Imho you could edit the first message with a notice about support ? I think most of people will read at least the first page.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: GJSchaller on June 17, 2006, 06:05:12 PM
      I read the whole thing before posting.  I'm going to make a new thread for my issue.

      Just because you don't like the rules, you can't choose to ignore them.  Please respect the people that are giving you their time and effort to help you for free.  They are not required to help you.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: imforumman on June 18, 2006, 04:00:17 AM
      Quote from: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM
      Group Synch option

      Be very careful with the Group Synch button.  If you do not have your Group Synch options saved correctly, you can erase admin status from all Joomla administration.  Do not click the Group Synch button without first making absolutely sure your settings in the Group Synch tab are correct, and you will have at least one Super Admin after synching.

      Yes, this is exactly what happend to me. I will pass this installation on to a customer once it's done. What if he ever decides to hit that button? Messing with "...acl_groups_aro_map" is IMHO a very bad idea. Is this absolutly necessary? At least please have a quadrouple warning before doing the synching. It took me forever to find out what the problem was and how to fix it (manual restoration of the codes for the groups and so on, I'm still not confident I got it all right, so I will have to copy some db-contents from a second installation to make sure. Very much disappointed.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 18, 2006, 08:15:24 AM
      QuoteWhat if he ever decides to hit that button?

      The I suppose it is your job to make sure that the Group Synch options are saved correctly so that he won't erase his admin status.  It's not really that difficult:

      - make sure that the SMF admin username and password are the same as the Joomla super admin username and password,
      - make sure that Administrators in SMF synch to Super Administrators in Joomla.

      As long as those two conditions are met, you won't erase the admin status.

      QuoteMessing with "...acl_groups_aro_map" is IMHO a very bad idea. Is this absolutly necessary?

      There really is no other way to change the Joomla group in which a user belongs.  Joomla determines permissions by the ACL tables, so if you want to synch groups from SMF to Joomla, those tables are the ones that need to be changed.



      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on June 18, 2006, 09:04:14 AM
      Quote from: imforumman on June 18, 2006, 04:00:17 AM
      At least please have a quadrouple warning before doing the synching.
      ...
      Very much disappointed.

      ummmmm.... why?   One assumes from the veryf act that a person has access to the admin that they won't push any buttons unless they know what they do!   Come on, this idiotic "Are you sure? Are you REALLY sure? Are you ABSOLUTELY sure?" way that Windoze has people thinking is just plain stupid. 
      Orstio has already put in a warning (which is more than enough).
      If your customer is running on an apache server and goes into CPanel>MySQL and clicks "delete database" he won't be given any confirmation question...  the system will just do it.  It assumes that if you are doing it, you know what you are doing.

      Why are you disappointed?  The bridge does exactly what it is advertised to do, including syncing the users EXACTLY as you have them set up.  Not the bridge's fault it you set them up to remove your admin access.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: bulkhogan on June 19, 2006, 11:17:38 PM
      installed the bridge and didnt see any issues until i logged out, at the top of my webpage i get this

      Notice: Undefined index: totalMembers in /homepages/7/d168536085/htdocs/forums/Sources/Subs.php on line 3145

      the site is www.poker-florida.com

      when you log in it goes away

      thanks in advance
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 19, 2006, 11:25:55 PM
      That's not really bridge-related.  The bridge is just making the error more apparent.  If you look in your forum stats, you'll see this:

      Quote1 Posts in 1 Topics by 0 Members.

      Try going to your SMF admin panel, Forum Maintenance, and Recount all Forum Statistics.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: paki on June 21, 2006, 02:47:05 AM
      Quote from: imforumman on June 18, 2006, 04:00:17 AM
      Quote from: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM
      Group Synch option

      Be very careful with the Group Synch button.  If you do not have your Group Synch options saved correctly, you can erase admin status from all Joomla administration.  Do not click the Group Synch button without first making absolutely sure your settings in the Group Synch tab are correct, and you will have at least one Super Admin after synching.

      Yes, this is exactly what happend to me. I will pass this installation on to a customer once it's done. What if he ever decides to hit that button? Messing with "...acl_groups_aro_map" is IMHO a very bad idea. Is this absolutly necessary? At least please have a quadrouple warning before doing the synching. It took me forever to find out what the problem was and how to fix it (manual restoration of the codes for the groups and so on, I'm still not confident I got it all right, so I will have to copy some db-contents from a second installation to make sure. Very much disappointed.


      if he decides to hit the button..  like Orstio said make sure that groups are saved correctly. Another option would be not to give them access to it at all..
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Anthony Araullo on June 21, 2006, 11:12:36 PM
      Thanks for the tip. I need your help once again. Is it possible to for smf and joomla just using only a single user? If so, tell how?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 21, 2006, 11:14:15 PM
      QuoteIs it possible to for smf and joomla just using only a single user?

      Can you explain what you mean by that?
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Anthony Araullo on June 22, 2006, 12:09:59 AM
      There are users on both smf and the joomla. Since there is the bridge connect them both together and I was hoping to use a single user when I enter the smf from the joomla.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Anthony Araullo on June 22, 2006, 04:06:02 AM
      Let me try this again.

      When I register as a user in joomla, the same user should be registered in smf automatically as well and vice versa.

      Is my explaination is clear? 
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on June 22, 2006, 06:54:29 AM
      QuoteWhen I register as a user in joomla, the same user should be registered in smf automatically as well and vice versa.

      Essentially, yes.  If you use the Joomla default registration, however, the user will not appear in SMF until the first time they login.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Moonray on June 22, 2006, 09:49:06 AM
      Quote from: Anthony Araullo on June 22, 2006, 04:06:02 AM
      Let me try this again.

      When I register as a user in joomla, the same user should be registered in smf automatically as well and vice versa.

      Is my explaination is clear? 

      That I believe the whole purpose of the Joomla-SMF Bridge!

      Of course there are other advantages like visual integration (if wrapped) and the ability to use Joomla modules in SMF pages and vice versa.

      shashikiranu
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Moonray on June 22, 2006, 09:55:53 AM
      Quote from: imforumman on June 18, 2006, 04:00:17 AM
      Quote from: Orstio on April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM
      Group Synch option

      Be very careful with the Group Synch button.  If you do not have your Group Synch options saved correctly, you can erase admin status from all Joomla administration.  Do not click the Group Synch button without first making absolutely sure your settings in the Group Synch tab are correct, and you will have at least one Super Admin after synching.

      Yes, this is exactly what happend to me. I will pass this installation on to a customer once it's done. What if he ever decides to hit that button? Messing with "...acl_groups_aro_map" is IMHO a very bad idea. Is this absolutly necessary? At least please have a quadrouple warning before doing the synching. It took me forever to find out what the problem was and how to fix it (manual restoration of the codes for the groups and so on, I'm still not confident I got it all right, so I will have to copy some db-contents from a second installation to make sure. Very much disappointed.


      Tell your customer NOt use that. If he still hits the button, ask him to contact you. Charge him for the service :)
      Anyway, if you can ensure that all users with Admin/Super Admin status in SMF/ Joomla respectively, have the same username and password in both Joomla and SMF, including capitalization, there should be no problems...

      And, if you get into trouble, you always have the tutorial to reinstate the administrator (http://www.joomlaspan.com/joomla-tutorials/joomla-smf/joomla-smf-bridge-recover-super-administrator-status-after-bad-synchronization.html). :)

      (http://www.joomlaspan.com/images/stories/joomla-smf-bridge.png)

      shashikiranu
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: ahewgill on June 28, 2006, 10:32:27 AM
      I installed bridge 1.1.4 into Mambo 4.5.4 (SMF 1.1 RC2) everything is default.

      When viewing the mambo main page I was getting this error embedded in the page:

      Notice:  Undefined index:  USER_AGENT in <location>Sources/Load.php on line 278

      It's mambo and I had added the template code as per the directions but was still getting this.
      Lo and behold the error was that I put the code into wrong template so it wasn't active.

      Just an FYI for others who might get this error.
      ;D
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Gattsu on July 02, 2006, 01:11:13 PM
      i have joomla 1.0.10 and smf 1.1.4
      so where is download for bridge between this two ??
      ehh srry, but i am new in this
      can someone post link
      alot thanx
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on July 02, 2006, 02:34:37 PM
      1- there is no smf version 1.1.4. the most recent version of SMF is 1.1RC2

      2- 1.1.4 is the version of the bridge that is attached to the first message in this thread. This is not SMF...   1.1.4 is the bridge. You must download and install joomla and SMF as standalone installations before installing the bridge
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Phil-Brown on July 02, 2006, 04:11:57 PM
      Have the same problem reported by some others - After installing 1.14 with Joomla 1.09 my front page layout is now messed up - seems the window for the SMF section is set too wide and now displays below the window space.

      Can you tell me what the install does to the teamplates - and what is the simple fix.

      Thanks


      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on July 02, 2006, 04:30:36 PM
      Use a better template.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Phil-Brown on July 02, 2006, 04:50:28 PM
      Thanks for the response

      I'm just using the default Joomla template which worked before install - and now doesnt - absolutely no content yet because I wan't to get this working first. 

      Can you suggest one or two templates that work? Your help would be appreciated

      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on July 02, 2006, 05:03:36 PM
      Try here:

      http://www.joomla-templates.com/
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Phil-Brown on July 02, 2006, 05:39:00 PM
      Thanks a million - problem fixed  :)
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: aurax on July 03, 2006, 05:33:13 AM
      Hello, i got a serious problem with the new brige, problem is i can't figure out where it starts.
      can someone have a look @ http://www.audioforce.net

      thanks.
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Orstio on July 03, 2006, 07:39:15 AM
      Seems to be working fine:

      http://www.audioforce.net/index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=29
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: tonzar on July 06, 2006, 10:29:09 AM
      About Gallery2:
      I've lost the authentication using orstio smf bridge 1.1.4. Logging with joomla module is OK, but so I can't enter the forum. I've tried to modyfy line:
      if (!defined('SMF') && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_smf' && $_REQUEST['option'] != 'com_gallery2'){
      in SMF_header_include.php but I've not resolved my problem.
      I'm not using SEF now!
      Some suggestion?

      Thanks in advance
      Title: Re: Bridge 1.1.4
      Post by: Kindred on July 06, 2006, 11:21:57 AM
      please try bridge 1.1.5.

      This topic is now locked...