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Applications / Get Workspace Parent
« on: July 05, 2010, 10:58:42 pm »

I am modifying the calendar so I can use it as a roster.  One of the mods is to display the workspaces in the calendar view.  To acheive this I am modifying :


I want to display the workspace the task is assigned to, but also the workspace's parent.  To display the workspace I am using:

$ws = $event->getWorkspaces();

foreach ($ws as $w) {
    echo  $w->getName(); 

But I don't know how to get the Parent Workspace from here, anybody got any Ideas ?


How To's / Image Thumbnails
« on: June 22, 2010, 09:37:13 pm »

I am trying to use Feng to organise my images.  It is a great way to organise images/clipart.  I can put an image against an images workspace and a project workspace.  The only thing lacking is a thumbnail preview.  It would be great if I could get a thumbnail preview of image, particularly when searching/browsing the workspace.

I have searched the forums but haven't really found anything that would do this ?


Older versions / Re: [1.5.3] Errors Uploading Documents - solved (sort of)
« on: September 13, 2009, 08:54:22 pm »
I did some fishing around on this issue, it appears to be an IIS issue, to do with what verbs are allowed for the php cgi.  I tried some of the suggestions to resolve the issue and got no where.

 In the end I have switched to using apache to server opengoo and it's working fine.


Older versions / [1.5.3] Errors Uploading Documents
« on: September 10, 2009, 03:04:01 am »
Mozilla 3.5.3
IIS Windows XP
PHP 5.2.9-2
MySQL 5.0.51


I am trying to use the documents feature of OpenGoo but I get two errors when I try and upload a file.

1) I choose upload and then click the browse button, select my file.  I then get an error message:
  Error : 405 Method not allowed

The text:  Checking filename... appears under the file name input field

2) I then click the Add file button and I get the message :
    Error: Failed to upload file

I have debug switched on but there are no additional message on screen or in the log.php file.  Any ideas ?  I am not even sure where to look from here because I cannot find any additional error information ?


I have also noticed this error in my log.php file.  I am not sure exactly what the effect of it is but it seems there is a variable ($properties) missing from the static function newObjectComment

line 145:
   self::objectNotification($comment, $subscribers, logged_user(), 'new', "new comment posted", array($object->getObjectName()), $properties);

How To's / Re: Site Root Directory
« on: September 03, 2009, 08:14:11 am »
Thanks for the replies,

Let me start by saying I think opengoo is great.  That said I am still a bit confussed as to why the need for a public directory.  If the root directory is opengoo then surely this is a public directory ? 


How To's / Re: Site Root Directory
« on: September 03, 2009, 03:24:22 am »
So what is the point of the public directory if the web root directory is the opengoo directory ?

How To's / Site Root Directory
« on: September 02, 2009, 10:53:41 pm »

I have installed Opengoo on my laptop running a IIS personal.  I have a directory:


Where I have installed the application.
My question is regarding the location of the root directory for the site.  In IIS I have setup the site root directory as c:\sites\opengoo\public which works but I had to copy a few files around to get it working.

I am wondering is this correct or should I have had my root directory as


Announcements / Re: OpenGoo 1.5 beta 3 released!
« on: July 14, 2009, 11:34:09 pm »
Just did an upgrade and now everything I try to do causes the toaster thingy to appear with the message "error urls is undefined", good job I backed everything up before I started. 

Anybody got any ideas ?

I get the following error when I select the trash tab the following notice gets tagged on to the end of the generated JS causing an error:

PHP Notice: Undefined variable: types in ....\OpenGoo\application\controllers\ObjectController.class.php on line 1023 PHP Notice: Undefined variable: types in ...\OpenGoo\application\controllers\ObjectController.class.php on line 1028

I have had a quick looked at the code and the problem relates to the function:


The $types variable is not defined within this function but it is used in two places.


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