1. Micah Stetson
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Issue #108 new

Install patch upload_csv.patch-0.6.X-3

Anonymous created an issue


I am new to all this and don't know how to install the patch upload_csv.patch-0.6.X-3 for openbiblio. I found on the net only general information for the patch usage. I would need the special patch syntax for this patch.

It would be nice if someone could help me.

Thanks a lot in advance for your help.


Comments (14)

  1. Hans van der Weij

    Albert, check if copying has resulted in overwriting files in folders locale and navbars.

    When that's OK, when logged in in the Cataloging tab, "Upload CSV Data" should be visible in the navigation menu.

  2. Albert Kastl

    I've recognized that in the folder locale is ONLY the folder "en" and not the folder "de" for the German language, which I use. Is this the reason for my problem?

    And I have another problem now: I can not log in. I changed the database_constants.php for my username and password but I can not log in with the new data.

  3. Albert Kastl

    I changed now the CSV file and the import is now running. But now I have another problem: When I try to print a list I get the following error message: "FPDF error: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file." Do you know how I could handle this error?


  4. Hans van der Weij

    I would not expect this when you are running version 0.7.1, the most recent release.

    What is the version number of PHP? Anyway, I think the problem will disappear when the display_errors setting in php.ini is 'Off'. Restart the webserver when you make a change.

  5. Hans van der Weij

    Some time ago I tested OpenBiblio with PHP Version 5.5.0beta3. All tests, including the reports PDF function that is used by "Print list", were OK with display_errors = Off. But with display_errors = On, there is a line on top of all pages stating that the mysql extension is deprecated. This results in the FPDF error that you have seen.

    Check the output of http://localhost/openbiblio/install/phpinfo.php

    • Is display_errors really Off?
    • You might have to check the value for Loaded Configuration File to find the correct location for PHP.INI
  6. Albert Kastl

    I did what you told me and edited the php.ini on the right location:

    display_errors Default Value: Off Development Value: Off Production Value: Off

    But I get still in phpinfo that it is On. Strange!


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