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Compatibility with JSN PowerAdmin 2 years 11 months ago #29449

  • Peter Ashford
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Hello,

I have just installed your Ccomments module and it has caused an issue with an existing module I have called JSN poweradmin (a free module that came with my template). JSN Poweradmin gives me an option to pick a module position by showing me a graphical window with all the actual module positions which I can then select where to position the module. What I now get is a SQL 1064 error. If I remove CComment the issue goes away. Have tried re-installing both to no avail. Is this something you have come across before?

Not a major issue, but hopefully you have seen this before. Is a nice graphical feature to have for lazy people like myself who doesn't want to remember which position is where.

thanks PEte

Compatibility with JSN PowerAdmin 2 years 11 months ago #29454

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Where do you get the error exactly? And what is the full error message?

Compatibility with JSN PowerAdmin 2 years 11 months ago #29473

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Hello,

Since my post, I decided to completly re-install the poweradmin and both ccomments and matukio. Initially I still had the error, but after disabling ccomments, it started working. I then re-enabled ccomments module and was expecting it to fail again, but it hasn't?!? So, I'm a little confused!! Anyway, to not waste your time, please ignore this. If it comes back I'll raise a ticket and capture the full message this time.

In answer to your questions as to where I got the error; it was in the module manager - when i click the position button, I normally get (via jsn poweradmin) a pop up showing me graphically where the module could go. After ccomments was installed, this broke, showing me a SQL 1064 error saying there was something wrong with the sql query.

Happy Christmas!

cheers Pete
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