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    • CommentAuthormgeorge3
    • CommentTimeMay 16th 2009
     
    Greetings. I am new to Radria and just taking it for a test drive. I have a clean install of radria-0.8.4 and it passes all the install tests. Additionally, I am using an empty database to begin.

    I am following the tutorial videos and after adding packages I enter the WebIDE. Then I click Tables, however the left pane never shows an Add option and remains blank.

    I have double checked the install and the Apache and Radria error logs and can not find any issues. Additionally, I tried adding more packages, but the WebIDE tables editor pane still remains blank. If you have any idea why the Table editor in the WebIDE is blank, please let me know. I have the following packages installed, maybe I am missing a required package?

    contentadmin-1.7
    db_browser-0.8
    design_builder-1.4
    dojo_0.3-0.4
    editarea_0_6_7-0.1
    field_color_picker-0.3
    file_manager-0.8
    geshi-1.0.7.20-0.1
    magpierss_0.72-0.1
    package_builder-1.16
    pagebuilder-3.9
    pb_addon_database-1.18
    phpmyadmin_2.9.1.1-0.4
    report_template-1.0
    shape_drawing-0.13
    simpleforms-0.6
    sqldesigner_1.3.3-0.1
    syntaxhighlight-0.2
    template-0.7
    tiny_mce_2.0.5-0.2
    • CommentAuthorphilippe
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     
    The webide is a bit old and as not been updated for sometime, so I think it still needs requires globals to be turn on.
    The default radria install as a .htaccess file with php configuration parameters to turn on register globals.

    We do not suggest to turn on register global globally, just for the webide/ folder.

    Also make sure that when you created the project you also created a database or linked an existing database.
    • CommentAuthormgeorge3
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     
    I was just following the videos and WebIDE is the tool that is shown. What is a better way to link forms to tables without using WebIDE?
    • CommentAuthorphilippe
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     
    WEBIDE it is.
    Even if its old its still the best tool to edit the fields of a database and form.

    Check that you have the .haccess file in the webide directory with the php flag to turn registrer global on.