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TOPIC: First event category has to be public access-level

First event category has to be public access-level 11 months 3 weeks ago #35119

  • Andre Hammon VIVITA Verlag
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If systems default access-level is guest, then this is used as access level for the first created event category, which causes error "<title>Error: 500 Please create a category first!</title>" and the page style looks broken (joomla 3.6.2, matukio 6.0.13);

First event category has to be public access-level 11 months 3 weeks ago #35123

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Hi Andre,

it does not have to be guest, but public. Guest is for guests only -> public -> for all.

Or did i not get you? :-)

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First event category has to be public access-level 11 months 3 weeks ago #35125

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Hello Yves,
i think it`s a bug, because guest access level is public access level too,
and you can set guest as default access level for new content in joomla.
You should handle it appropriately.
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First event category has to be public access-level 11 months 3 weeks ago #35132

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Yes and no, it should be public. As every extension in joomla filters for it. (Guest is not really used, except you want to show messages to guests, like please register)

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And i just checked the code, we just check that the user has been authorized to create a category. And for guest even super administrator isn't.. As they don't have it in their ACL group.

JFactory::getUser()->getAuthorisedViewLevels()

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