View Full Version : Images mixed up after upgrade
January 27th, 2006, 08:39 PM
One user has reported that there are images not belonging to him after an upgrade, even after databases has been rebuilt and such. Has anyone experienced this before?
Also, I want to move the database of PhotoPost into another database. Both are on the same server. Just under a different database name. Aside from copying the tables across, and editing the config file to reference the new database, what else do I need to do?
January 28th, 2006, 10:50 AM
I would beleive this is specific to just you in this case.
If I am not mistaken did you not recently switch integrations from on forum type to another in photopost. I beleive I helped you get things switched right and then told you if you imported from another forum type you would most likely need to create a script to reindex the photos to make sure they belong to the proper users. I also believe I gave you a link to such a script that I wrote for vbulletin when users switch to that forum from other forums.
I help many people so I do not remember every last issue but I am pretty sure I remember you did switch integrations recently.
January 28th, 2006, 07:44 PM
Yes it was me and I switched from phpBB2 to vBulletin 3.5.2. As for the import script, I ran it before and I just re-uploaded it to run it again. I then checked the particular user who reported this photo problem and the photos that are not his are still there.
January 28th, 2006, 08:23 PM
Well then I can not say what your issue is then.
The script is not designed for integrations to be switched. Now the script I linked which is this.
It basically checks the photos comments and resets the userid based on the vbulletin username. This would have to have been the first thing you do after you reset photopost to use vbulletin.
Now if you did like a username resync in Scan database which does the opposite and resets the username based on userid which of course would not match because of the phpbb to vbulletin import I can see this happening.
If for some reason the username is not correct on those photos there is nothing the script I wrote can do for you. Basically your only way of correcting the issue now would be to assign those photos to the proper user by editing them as admin and assigning them to the proper user.
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