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September 27th, 2007, 08:05 AM
Well I am trying to spend as little amount of time on this as possible.
The data connector that connects PPC to IB's members data seems not to be functioning.
Its not pulling a members list and cannot authenticated administators, but it does allow me to login as a user.
Is this due to me using Version 2.3 of IB?
Any quick mod's I can do to IB2.php to correct this?
September 27th, 2007, 08:54 AM
I am not sure what you are trying to report is your issue. We dont pull a members list from Invisionboard. The Integration module only authenticates the users login and can pull their stylesheet preference for the gallery to use thats it.
I would suggest since 99.9% of issues deal with misconfiguration that you make sure your invisionboard cookies are set like so
cookie path /
cookie domain .domain.com
You then install Photopost to integrate with Invisionboard and answer all the correct info. If you want us to look at what you got then send an email to email@example.com with any sensitive information. I do not see anything here like site links etc that can help us help you. What errors do you get trying to login?
September 27th, 2007, 10:47 AM
It is actually quite a simple issue;
I was not sure if I clicked all members in PPC whether or not it was supposed to list all IB members.
The issue I am having is PPC allows me to login using my IB info, it will allow and auth all IB users but does not recognize me as an Administrator.
Error encountered "You are not a valid administrator or moderator!"
Everything else works fine, no errors reported.
So I guess my question would be how do you assign an administrator to PPC.
Currently my login is assigned root admin in IB and another I tried to use is assigned only as an administrator.
Both get the "You are not a valid administrator or moderator!" message when attempting to access adm-index.php. Otherwise everything else works fine.
September 27th, 2007, 10:57 AM
What is the admin usergroupid of the user you are logging in with?
I dont know what usergroup an admin is in IB2. You can check the database cp_usergroups and find the admin usergroup entry and change the cpaccess entry to 1
You can also do something like this but need to change groupid to what group admin is
UPDATE cp_usergroups SET cpaccess=1 WHERE groupid=1
September 27th, 2007, 11:15 AM
Easy fix :) thanks
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