the addon looks fine in backend, but no data will be collected.
I call the page with firefox and active Firebug console and see 2 errors:
The reason of this error is the unknown class ew_Utf8Encode.
This is defined in the file:
but at frontend, this file will not be loaded.
OK, Files are now uploaded.
Please get the latest version from customer download zone. I've tested it on local magento and worked well. Thank you for your golden patience and thank you for understanding.
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2 years 8 months ago #90
After this: no more errors, but in backend the ExtraWatch addon say again: no data available yet. The request and the anwser I have added as screenshot to this reply.
So, I have create a local fresh and empty Magento 184.108.40.206 installation and then I have try to install the EW addon (2.3 PRO 2119) via MagentoConnect Manager.
This try fails with the following message:
CONNECT ERROR: Failed to open file D:\xampp\htdocs\magento\var\ExtraWatch-2.3.2119\app/code/community/CodeGravity/ExtraWatch/extrawatch/administrator/components/com_extrawatch/img/ico
BTW: Is the addon not compatible with Mage 1.9 ?
Then I have install a fresh and empty Magento 1.8, and try to install the EW addon (2.3 PRO 2119) via MagentoConnect Manager. But the result is also the error message:
CONNECT ERROR: Failed to open file D:\xampp\htdocs\magento18\var\ExtraWatch-2.3.2119\app/code/community/CodeGravity/ExtraWatch/extrawatch/administrator/components/com_extrawatch/img/ico
Whats wrong? Is it possible that the addon has a problem with Windows as server platform (for localhost)?
yes, I've tested it on mage 1.9 on local windows. I'm wondering why you're getting that errors. Could you please send me the copy of your XAMPP on which you're testing it? via zu.gg
I was using uniform server and there it worked well. And yes on windows installation.
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2 years 8 months ago #121
Thanks for the investigation and correction of the addon.
Unfortunately it does not work for me. I tested it with Windows (XAMPP) and Linux (hosting server). On both systems I see the following error message:
CONNECT ERROR: Unsupported resource type
What I found out after struggling with this issue for long time:
- Installation of same package on UniServer (PHP+MySQL+Apache) => NO PROBLEMS
- Installation of same package on XAMPP => MANY PROBLEMS
there were no changes in the resulting tar file and there is no other way how to pack it.
Cause it already uses format where there are long paths allowed.
So my advice is:
Get rid of XAMPP and use UniServer - everything works and is even faster!
I tried to compare both server's php.ini files and I found no extra differences in a way that tar mechanism should be handled differently. So I'd advise you to report this to XAMPP.
This is the only problem -> XAMPP. That tar archives work on unix hosting servers even windows hostings.. again and again, problem == XAMPP
Get rid of it and switch it to other LAMP solution and I guarantee you that it works there. I don't know what to do more with it, I've spent almost 3 days of my life reading about tar files and modifying build script and so on, but again, it works everywhere, except XAMPP. Please ask THEM why.
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