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Hi

I install jforum but now i can't acesse the administration area... can some one help me ??? i can't login as admin admin


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Username is "Admin" ( with capital "A" ) and password is "admin".

If you imported the "mysql_db_dump.sql" ( or the postgresql equivalent ), then it should work for you.,

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Hello,

I've got the source from CVS and got it running. But, even logged as Admin, the link for Admin Control Panel does not appear at the bottom of the main page.

I'm using PostgreSQL 7.4.3, Tomcat 5.0.18, Slackware 9.1 and JForum code obtained from CVS this morning.

Could it be a bug?
Thanks,

Ivan
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hhmmm.. it may be associated to some problem with postgresql_db_dump.sql.. I'll take a look. Any problems that I may find I'll comment here.

Anyway, you can bypass it inserting the roles by hand. Run this query:



Just be sure that the Admin user has the user_id == 1 and that an association to group_id == 2 ( Administrators ) exist at jforum_user_groups. Probably you'll need to restart Tomcat, but just closing the browser and opening it again may work as well.

Thanks.
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Hi Rafael,

I could not find any differences in postgresql_data_dump.sql between the RC5 version and the version I got from CVS.

If I could help, please let me know.

Thanks in advance,

Ivan
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Hi Rafael,

I haven't seen your last post.
Yeah, now it works!! Thanks a lot!!

Ivan
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Ivan,

recently I have changed some tables. Checking the postgresql data dump file, I saw I forgot to update it. You can get the fixed version from the cvs.

Rafael
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