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  1. So it turned out that the FTP extension wasn't loaded. After enabling it and restarting Apache / Laragon, everything works as expected. (with the earlier Duplicator version, however, no error message was shown) Thanks to @Autofahrn for the help. nope: 😉
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  2. The absolute path of the remote destination server (where I want the backup to be stored via FTP). Why is that? PW is not even installed on the destination server. I am talking about the field "FTP Settings: Upload directory: Directory on the server where the packages will be stored." Why is that supposed to be the same as my local path "D:/laragon/www/pw/"? That makes no sense.
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  3. ~ syntax is not implemented yet. What absolute path did you use? Should equal whatever is stored in $config->paths->root to be located inside your webroot.
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  4. @dragan: are you working on a shared server or do you indeed have a /public_html directory right at filesystem's root? "absolute path" relates to filesystem not webroot, so you are free to locate the backup destination somewhere else. It probably would be a good idea to support the regular home prefix, so path may be entered relative to webroot (something like "~/backup-folder"), at the moment you have to prefix the path with the location of your webroot.
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  5. Hi @adrian, will be back in the office on Friday so will take a look then. Happy New Year to all when it comes! Chris
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  6. FTP (and any cron related stuff) failed due to the false error seen in the log (introduced with the new package format).
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  7. Sorry, I somehow missed the FTP part since already the package build seems to fail. And there should be the name of the zipfile in the "package build failed, <ZipNameExpectedHere> doesn't exist" message. Seems to be a Windows system, guess there could be an issue with the backslash path separator. Edit: The attached version 1.3.13 fixes the (false) package build error, supports custom package name and allows prefixing local path with ~/ to refer to webroot. Duplicator-ATO1.3.13.zip
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  8. Well, the first thing you should do is change <option value="">Any</option> to something like <option value="any">Any</option> Then you would at least get a parameter in PW that you could act upon. Before you run your foreach(array('beds', 'bathrooms', 'size') as $key) { routine, I would check if all of those three parameters are set to "any" (or whatever you choose to use), and if that's the case, skip the entire foreach() and go straight to the "full search".
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  9. Shared. I tried absolute paths, and also tried ~, but so far without success.
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  10. @flydev I installed Duplicator today (ATO version). Local backups work fine, but FTP does nothing. In the log I just see: What exactly "doesn't exist"? I have entered /public_html/pwb in "upload directory". This folder definitely exists, and the FTP credentials are correct. Any pointers where to look? Do I have to enter server path without leading / ? Something else I missed?
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  11. Correct, the trick here is to disable all options except the one which need to be submited. <select> <option value="1" disabled>one</option> <option value="2" disabled>two</option> <option value="3" selected>three</option> </select>
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  12. HTML specs say select tag does not have readonly attribute. Use disabled instead. I think a disabled select will not POST though.
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  13. Oh, didn't know that, thanks for the tip! But the point is that I don't want to upload a file. Maybe Robin's module adopted to my needs is the way to go... But at the and, I stil need some dummy file. Will think about (if users really want's this).
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  14. I know this sounds super easy, and for one provider it sortof is. The issue might be that updating and keeping track of freight APIs for everyone would become a costly development project in itself. Might make more sense to provide API hooks that can be used to push to services like IFTTT or Zapier and see if they already have connectors to postal service APIs. Same goes for accounting bits. I know Xero has Zapier integration: https://zapier.com/apps/xero/integrations This whole vertical integrations issue is something X-Cart and CS-Cart struggled with for a long time, most clients in the meantime ended up opting to work with ShipStation if they had complex freight calculation requirements - they passed the freight on to a piece of software dedicated to the task. I think they had a tax tool integration also to handle various tax jurisdictions, etc. which is also fun. https://www.shipstation.com/developer-api/#/introduction/shipstation-api-requirements/server-responses or (as we ended up doing) doing direct integration because we had simple vertical distribution (FBA) and Amazon controlled the rates - which got a little more complicated once we needed to have separate FBA accounts for different regions, different inventory counts for different FBA accounts, and different shopping locales. To make things nuttier, CS-Cart recently added in warehousing which is let's you balance inventory between multiple freight locations: https://blog.cs-cart.com/2019/11/07/meet-cs-cart-4-11-1-with-warehouses-and-other-improvements/ I haven't gone through the nuts and bolts to see how box count, product distribution per box per order, warehouse location for boxes and freight accounts for warehouse locations all work together in a multi-vendor e-commerce package. I imagine it is trying to run a synchronized swimming routine with farm animals.
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  15. Hey, would also love this. More links below: Some other options: https://github.com/madebymany/sir-trevor-js https://github.com/vigetlabs/colonel-kurtz https://editorjs.io https://docs.slatejs.org HN discussion on this topic: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19555633 WSIWYG type editor lists: https://github.com/JefMari/awesome-wysiwyg https://gist.github.com/manigandham/65543a0bc2bf7006a487 What bard is build with: https://prosemirror.net https://tiptap.scrumpy.io Maybe we could all band together and buy an enterprise license for froala to allow redistribution: https://www.froala.com/wysiwyg-editor/examples Squarespace, despite being buggy and bloated, is actually quite an amazing application and a good example of complicated layout building ui. At the very least, it would be nice to have a split pane preview mode for matrix repeater that wasn't an overlay, eg like in that bard demo.
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  16. For my project I need an implementation of Basic Auth, so I added a new option 'Basic Auth' available in the module config : and then, in the Router.php file, method handle(), I added the following code : // Basic HTTP Authentication if($authMethod === 'basic' && $routeNeedsAuth) { $authHeader = self::getAuthorizationHeader(); if(!$authHeader) { self::displayError('Bad Request', 400); } $hash = base64_decode(substr($_SERVER["HTTP_AUTHORIZATION"], 6)) ; $authHeader = explode(':', $hash, 2); if(!isset($authHeader[0]) || !isset($authHeader[1])) { self::displayError('No Authorization Header found', 400); } $credentials = new \StdClass(); $credentials->user = $authHeader[0]; $credentials->pass = $authHeader[1]; RestApiHelper::checkAndSanitizeRequiredParameters($credentials, ['user|selectorValue', 'pass|text']); $loggedin = wire('session')->login($credentials->user, $credentials->pass); if(!$loggedin) { self::displayError('user does not have authorization', 401); } } and in the method getAuthorizationHeader() I added : if(array_key_exists('php_auth_user', $headers)) return ['user' => $headers['php_auth_user'], 'pass' => $headers['php_auth_pw']]; It works, but does it make sense ? Edit: Pull Request : https://github.com/thomasaull/RestApi/pull/3
    1 point
  17. Hi everyone, Just added some new features (not in the repo just yet), but wanted to get some feedback on a new name for the module. It still functions as a way to migrate modules and their settings from one PW install to another, but now also includes: batch download and install modules from a list of class names entered in a textarea field batch module updating Name ideas: ModulesManager wouldn't be bad, but already taken ModulesMigratorInstallerUpdater would be the most accurate, but obviously ugly ModulesInstaller is OK, but doesn't cover everything ModulesHelper ? ModulesToolkit ? Free like for any suggestions Here are some screenshots for inspiration: THE OPTIONS EXPORTING INSTALLING (FROM MIGRATED ZIP) INSTALLING (FROM LIST OF CLASSNAMES) BATCH UPDATING MODULES WITH AVAILABLE UPDATES
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