[Xerte] Re: not working
robert at chalmers.com.au
Mon Oct 31 23:49:17 GMT 2011
A little bit closer to the action.
A completely new install gives me
The sitedetails LDAP preference query insert into ldap(ldap_filter)values('cn=students') has failed due to Field 'ldap_knownname' doesn't have a default value
The sitedetails copyright query update sitedetails set copyright="© Copyright University of Nottingham 2008" where site_id="1" has failed due to Incorrect string value: '\xA9 Copy...' for column 'copyright' at row 1
These failures may affect your site, please see if they can be rectified using the management tools or altering the database directly.
However – when I access the site, using admin, it does honour the login/password, but when I try to do anything, like see properties I get
Note that syntax. No .php, and a _1 added.
Is this program written with the latest PHP complient?
From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Robert Chalmers
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2011 8:51 AM
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Subject: [Xerte] Re: not working
So, what I have to do in the database if I use ldap, is to have a list of users and their credentials entered into the ldap table of the database.
(If I don’t use Moodle auth.) and in this case, a potential teacher would contact me, I’d add them to the ldap data table, and they are good to go?
Ø Ldap exists to provide authentication for users, there isn't another option unless you have moodle or want to use switch.php.
On 31 Oct 2011, at 22:13, "Robert Chalmers" <robert at chalmers.com.au> wrote:
Ok, let me be a bit more specific now.
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