Photopost with PHPNuke and PHPbb integrated: Forum Error (see my second post)
I have an integrated version of PHPNuke (7.2) and PHPbb2.0.7. I have made a fresh installation of Photopo and I have stated I want to use the nuke usergroups. I have run the entire installation without any problems (or so it seemed) and when I did the last step, I seemed to enter Photopost, but I got the following error:
MySQL error reported!
Query: SELECT group_id,group_name FROM nukebbgroups WHERE group_type=2 OR group_single_user=0
Result: Table 'scrappi_nuke1.nukebbgroups' doesn't exist
Database handle: Resource id #14
I have checked to see if the database and table exist, and they do.
I have a database called scrappi_nuke1 and in that database I have a tble called nukebbgroups, so I haven't got a clue as to what is wrong. AS far as I can see, the path to the database is correct also (I didn't get the errormessage that the database couldn't be found or something...).
In the table I have a grouptype 2 (Moderators). I don't have a group_single_user = 0 (it's one in my table).
In the attachment you can find the final screen I got.
Can someone tell me what's wrong?
You sure your table prefix is not nuke_ you have entered just nuke
Weird thing... I have checked it in the config of Nuke and their it said nuke without the underscore. When I checked in the actual database, the list of tables it says nuke with an underscore. Weird, anyway.
I have changed it to nuke_ in the installscript. That seemed to do the trick in the meaning that I got the message that Photopost was installed correctly. now I have new problem. I specifically asked, before I bought Photopost, if Photopost would work without any problems with PHPNuke 7,2 with an inbuildversion of PHPBB2.0.6. I was told this was no problem at all. Photopost works with both. Here we go..... Photopost does NOT get that the forum is really integrated, as in the meaning as a MODULE, in PHPnuke. I try to login, but I can't. When I ask for the password, it's looking for a page, but gives me the error that the page doesn't exist. Well, that's logic, after all the page:
Really doesn't exist and it should give the page:
Why doesn't do that? After all, I have said that the correct link to the forum (in the set up) is:
So, what on earth is wrong here???????????
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