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^^ Calendar Permissions ^^

Hi pretty new to ocPortal…
We have transfered from phpBB3 to ocPortal in the last month or so and it seems to be working and have most of it worked out. (though we were a bit gutted when we lost some data on the import attemp but you win some loose some  :( and at the end of the day we not to bothered about it.

Anyway I have searched high and low, where I can make the calendars for members so they don't need to be validated when they submitt an event… I need it so members of my site once they have joined don't need to be validated on anything unless they get downgraded to "Probation" and get told to go stand in the corner :lol: … I have the forums pretty much worked out as with catelogues and galleries, CEDI etc just not the Calendar (though still working on the points and ocWorld (which may need a bit more options be fore they really play it) but hey bit of fun… lol

Doh back on topic… I see the Global permissions and have that set "can add events" etc but there must be something over riding that and am at a loose as to what… O_o O_o

I think I am missing something pretty obvious that simply can see for looking… :cool:
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Have you tried the settings under Site\Calendar in the permission tree editor? Particularly by bypass validation ones.


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Ah that is the one thing I can't seem to get to work the Permission site tree editor thingy… was going to ask about that…

It just sits at the loading screen and stalls… have tried it on all three computers I have here and does the same thing?
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Hmm, is the host on PHP 5.4 (just been released)? I have seen it not work on there.

Here is a screencast of how to debug the permission tree editor (works for many kinds of AJAX system actually):

2012-03-14_2002 - ocProducts's library

In my case, I looked at the AJAX request that was happening in the background and saw lots of XML. If it's not working for you chances are you're going to see a stack trace which you can then report here.


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Okay I tried… but no go on the Permission tree editor… :(I can load the standard site tree editor okay as shown below, but as soon as I click an itema and choose the Permissions Tree Editor under action it just gets stuck trying to load. I don't see an stack errors or anything ???

PHP Verson 5.3.8
Apache 2.2.15

Site Tree Editor

Loading Permission tree... stuck

The Elements
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I recorded the video on Chrome, which should be easy enough to install (useful for testing anyway) but you can probably do it using Firebug in Firefox but the clicks would be a bit different.


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This is all I can get it to do...?? Sigh  lol


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I have this same problem when I have more than 20 usergroups. At 20, most everything loads, but a little slow. At 21 things start to degrade quickly with each additional usergroup added.

This is with 21 usergroups:

I had as many as 30 usergroups and none of the permissions tree editor would load, but the site tree editor loaded with no problem.



If I click on one of the "N/A" I get a popup:




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This is all I can get it to do...?? Sigh  lol

What happens when you click on the http://southernrider.co.nz/ocportal/data/site_tree.php?start_links=1&get_perms=1&id=&options=... link you saw in the first screenshot there?


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sholzy said

I have this same problem when I have more than 20 usergroups. At 20, most everything loads, but a little slow. At 21 things start to degrade quickly with each additional usergroup added.

This is with 21 usergroups:

I had as many as 30 usergroups and none of the permissions tree editor would load, but the site tree editor loaded with no problem.



If I click on one of the "N/A" I get a popup:





I just tried with 50 on Firefox and Chrome, no problems. So try the above advice also, there may be some server error hidden in the AJAX script.


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Chris Graham said

What happens when you click on the http://southernrider.co.nz/ocportal/data/site_tree.php?start_links=1&get_perms=1&id=&options=… link you saw in the first screenshot there?
it times out and then gives  

PHP ERROR [1] Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in sources/site_tree.php on line 531 (version: 7.1.5, PHP version: 5.3.8, URL: /ocportal/data/site_tree.php?start_links=1&get_perms=1&id=&options=&default=%3Acalendar)

It souldn't take more 30 seconds for anthing execute??? 

I would be a little uncomfortable reseting server php to allow longer time as we have just got the thing running smoothly and don't believe it should take that long... 
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How many usergroups do you have?


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Chris Graham said

How many usergroups do you have?

13 usergroups…
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I think I've got it :).

Try this:
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sources/site_tree.php
» Download: site_tree.php (26 Kb, 76 downloads so far)


(should be compatible with both v7 and v8)


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Chris Graham said

I think I've got it :).

(should be compatible with both v7 and v8)

I now have a full site permissions tree editor again (v7.1.6)! Thanks, Chris!
[edit: Corrected which editor I was referencing. Result of trying to do too many things at the same time.]





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Added an additional 20 usergroups (to the current 20) for testing and was still working.  :thumbs:

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