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MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by totetite » Mon Aug 29, 2005 6:47 am

Dear All,

I installed the MABO - SMF - Bridge as follows

1. I installed SMF package as Step 1 in the file MOS_SMF_BRIDGEv3.19a_SMF1.1b3.zip
Step 1: smf_mambo3.1.tar.gz
There is no "Proceed" button as instruction. Pls see picture smf1.jpg. I clicked "Install Now" and it informed:

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Extracting Package
The package was installed successfully. You should now be able to use whatever functionality it adds or changes; or not be able to use functionality it removes.
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2. I installed new Component and module as instructed in Step 2,3,4

Installed completed but error occured when I logged in at Mambo page (by SMF login form)

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8: Undefined property: login
File: X:\www\forum\Sources\MOS_SMF.php
Line: 46
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How can I fix it, pls help me.

Thanks
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Re: MABO - SMF - Bridge

Post by xeta » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:13 pm

You need to make sure that SMF is installed within a subdirectory of mambo, as well as SMF needs to have its tables inside the mambo database.

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Re: MABO - SMF - Bridge

Post by totetite » Tue Aug 30, 2005 1:28 am

Thank you, Xeta. I will try to reinstall erveything as you said.

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Re: MABO - SMF - Bridge

Post by totetite » Tue Aug 30, 2005 11:16 am

It run well. Thank you Xeta

Actually it makes confuse to user, when they login or register.
- If I used Unwrapped, it "suddenlly" jump up a new Forum Page, while i was in Mambo page
- If i used Warpped, the area for forum is quite small. It also "suddenlly" open a new Forum frame.

I prefer Unwrapped and when users log in Mambo or SMF, they stay still there. If they click to SMF or Mambo button, it will open new page for them.

It should be the same when they register a new account.

Can I do so, pls tell me.

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Re: MABO - SMF - Bridge

Post by cronlin » Tue Sep 06, 2005 11:55 am

totetite wrote: It run well. Thank you Xeta

Actually it makes confuse to user, when they login or register.
- If I used Unwrapped, it "suddenlly" jump up a new Forum Page, while i was in Mambo page
- If i used Warpped, the area for forum is quite small. It also "suddenlly" open a new Forum frame.

I prefer Unwrapped and when users log in Mambo or SMF, they stay still there. If they click to SMF or Mambo button, it will open new page for them.

It should be the same when they register a new account.

Can I do so, pls tell me.
As far as I know by reading the SMF forums as well, you can disable the registrations on the forums themselves and provide a link in the error message that they receive directing them back to the main site where they can then use the bridge to register.... someone please correct me if I'm wrong here!
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by Orstio » Sat Sep 10, 2005 12:51 am

8: Undefined property: login
File: X:\www\forum\Sources\MOS_SMF.php
Line: 46
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How can I fix it, pls help me.
To fix this, go to your Mambo/Joomla admin panel, and click on the Modules menu.  Select Site modules.  Find the "mod_smf_login" module, and click on it.  Edit the parameters to your liking, and click "Save".  The error will go away (This will also fix your redirecting-on-login issue).

To clear up some misconceptions:
You need to make sure that SMF is installed within a subdirectory of mambo, as well as SMF needs to have its tables inside the mambo database.
Both untrue.  SMF does not need to be in a subdirectory of Mambo.  In fact, I have done an installation where they were on separate accounts on the same server.  SMF does not need to have its tables inside the Mambo database.  But, the SMF database user needs access to the Mambo database, and the Mambo user needs access to the SMF database.
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by beduino » Sun Sep 11, 2005 2:19 pm

Hi!
the link with mamboforge is down?
I need the bridge with SMF and mambo 452...
Tks for your help!
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by amarok » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:25 am

you'll get the bridge on its home, http://www.mambohacks.com . take care, the smf 1.0.5 works only with the 1.3.1.3 bridge very well. the newer bridge version works with smf 1.1, but its still beta and i haven't tried out it yet.
 
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by Orstio » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:27 am

amarok wrote: you'll get the bridge on its home, http://www.mambohacks.com . take care, the smf 1.0.5 works only with the 1.3.1.3 bridge very well. the newer bridge version works with smf 1.1, but its still beta and i haven't tried out it yet.
That integration modifies the SMF copyright statement, which is a violation of the SMF license.
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:33 am

beduino wrote: the link with mamboforge is down?
I need the bridge with SMF and mambo 452...
Does someone know where to find "smf_mambo3.1.tar.gz" ?
Mamboforge is still down and http://www.mambohacks.com & http://mambozip.com do not have it available (or I cannot find it) :(
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by Orstio » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:45 am

Does someone know where to find "smf_mambo3.1.tar.gz" ?
It is inside the bridge package, in the step 1 folder.
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:48 am

Orstio wrote:
Does someone know where to find "smf_mambo3.1.tar.gz" ?
It is inside the bridge package, in the step 1 folder.
ok,  :)
I have to refraise my question somewhat:
Mamboforge is still down, does anyone know where to find (URL?):
MOS_SMF_BRIDGEv3.19a_SMF1.1b3.zip
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by amarok » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:54 am

Orstio wrote:
amarok wrote: you'll get the bridge on its home, http://www.mambohacks.com . take care, the smf 1.0.5 works only with the 1.3.1.3 bridge very well. the newer bridge version works with smf 1.1, but its still beta and i haven't tried out it yet.
That integration modifies the SMF copyright statement, which is a violation of the SMF license.
thanks for this hint. should i re-modify the smf copyright at the footer?
 
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by Orstio » Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:59 am

"Freedom is not merely the opportunity to do as one pleases; neither is it merely the opportunity to choose between set alternatives. Freedom is, first of all, the chance to formulate the available choices, to argue over them -- and then, the opportunity to choose." - C. Wright Mills

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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by amarok » Mon Sep 12, 2005 11:29 am

Orstio wrote: Either that, or use this:

http://www.simplemachines.org/community ... 00#p349200
thanks, but the bridges in your posting aren't linked to the files ;).
 
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Mon Sep 12, 2005 11:51 am

The message above that message
http://www.simplemachines.org/community ... #msg348718
links to MOS_SMF_BRIDGEv3.19a_SMF1.1b3.zip (for SMF 1.1 beta 3):
http://www.thebandalliance.org/download ... F1.1b3.zip

However, as I am using SMF 1.0.5, I need  MOS_SMF_BRIDGEv3.19a_stable.zip
Does anyone know where to download that?  ???
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by fulltilt » Mon Sep 12, 2005 11:57 am

Does anyone know where to download that?
See attached :)
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Post by pe7er » Mon Sep 12, 2005 12:58 pm

thanks v8central !  ;D
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Mon Sep 12, 2005 1:40 pm

sorry to bother you all again:
Mamboforge is still down and I am looking for the download  mos2smf.zip which is a "MOS to SMF User migration" script.

all references at google refer to mamboforge, except http://www.everything-science.com/uploa ... os2smf.zip but that is not available anymore... :(
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by amarok » Mon Sep 12, 2005 6:59 pm

pe7er wrote: sorry to bother you all again:
Mamboforge is still down and I am looking for the download  mos2smf.zip which is a "MOS to SMF User migration" script.

all references at google refer to mamboforge, except http://www.everything-science.com/uploa ... os2smf.zip but that is not available anymore... :(
sorry, but the attached file is exactly the package, which migrates user from smf to joomla and otherwise. where is the problem?
 
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by fulltilt » Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:54 pm

pe7er wrote: thanks v8central !  ;D
No worries, I'm waiting for the Joomla! release so I can do a number of Joomla!+SMF+Coppermine sites myself.

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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by beduino » Tue Sep 13, 2005 12:49 am

hi v8central!
v8central wrote:
Does anyone know where to download that?
See attached :)
tks a lot!
I'm very proud to share this forum with opensource's spirit!
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge - Poll's problem

Post by totetite » Tue Sep 13, 2005 6:08 am

Dear All,

When I login in to the website, there was no Poll question (content), although I input question to Poll module and published it.

After I log in, the Poll still was emty. Picture attached.

When I click to "Home Page", it appreared Poll with full question.

Can any one tell me how to fix it.

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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Tue Sep 13, 2005 8:02 am

amarok wrote: sorry, but the attached file is exactly the package, which migrates user from smf to joomla and otherwise. where is the problem?
The attached file MOS_SMF_BRIDGEv3[1].19a_stable.zip has a great step-by-step install. The included MOS_SMF Bridge Step-by-Step Installation Guide states:
Importing Mambo-Users to SMF
To port your existing users over from Mambo to SMF download the MOS to SMF User migration, upload it to your mambosite and run it from there.
. The "MOS to SMF User migration" references to the mos2smf.zip file I am looking for

(I already have some users in *ambo that I would like to insert in SMF. I installed the *ambo/SMF bridge but currently the *ambo users do not have access to SMF) :(
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by Orstio » Tue Sep 13, 2005 10:30 am

He's looking for the script that migrates all Mambo users to SMF immediately.  I have attached it to this post.
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Re: MAMBO - SMF - Bridge

Post by pe7er » Tue Sep 13, 2005 11:29 am

Orstio wrote: He's looking for the script that migrates all Mambo users to SMF immediately.  I have attached it to this post.
That's right! Thanks mate! ;D
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