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John Feagans replied to the topic Re: Topic only shows "Section 1", "Secton 2" and so on... in the forum.Hi Antonio,
Cannot install .8 as we are no longer compatible with Joomla 1.5 install (see my other comment in .8 forum)
The problem for me was in joomdle.css. I diff'd version .7 with .8 and found in the class="joomdle_item_count" there were two lines added.
padding bottom: 1px;
I have yet to try this on the complete set of browsers on all the popular platforms but padding bottom appears to cure the problem in the attached file.
John Feagans replied to the topic Re: Topic only shows "Section 1", "Secton 2" and so on... in the forum.I stumbled upon this thread looking for a work-around for my problem with display of topics.
When I create simple text only descriptions for the topics, they display correctly in Moodle and also Joomla using Joomdle .7. However, if I get fancy in the topic with an image, it continues to display correctly in Moodle -- but in Joomla a stair step with each topic falling off the lower left of the previous.
I tried surrounding the HTML topic in Moodle with <p> </p> and also with </br> which doesn't change the display behavior.
Does .8 address this issue, and are there any workarounds for .7?
If you have a bugzilla give me instructions and I would be happy to use it. I am even willing to debug and fix the code though this is not necessary for my current installation.
In answer to your questions.
I have 4 servers with Joomla 1.6, Moodle 1.94 and Joomdle r07. Production, staging, test, and dev. System health is all green on 3/4. My dev server we never figured out the correct xml-rpc trusted host and are using 0.0.0.0/0, but no matter, the users tab works the same. Joomla reports the available Moodle courses and the courses you have enrolled in. Action is smooth between Moodle and Joomla.
The display with an open filter shows Joomla, Moodle, and Joomdle users. I notice that if the name is a Joomdle user, there is a box which can be checked. However, there is no way I see to migrate user to Joomdle because you cannot select them.
Bug? When the users tab is selected, a list of registered users for Moodle and Joomla is shown. However, there is no active check box to select a user on each line. Near the ID heading there is a check box that can be checked, but "add users to Joomla" and "add users to Moodle" have no effect except to bring up an alert saying you must select a user.
No, unfortunately no IP address is reported in Joomla 1.5 under system health check. One of my hosting providers did give me an internal address which I will try shortly. Other remains a mystery--even to the hosting provider. :^)
Yes, verified there is only an XML error: For the benefit of others on this forum, here is what it looks like:
XML error: Invalid document end at line 1, column 1
After going over the heads of the technical support at one hosting provider, I installed Joomla-Joomdle-Moodle on a different site/provider. This one has PHP 5.3.3 and support for php.ini so the e-deprecated issue disappeared, but they also have the problem with what real IP is being used. I have contacted their support hoping for an answer.
Would you recommend inserting some code in Moodle to find out which host is trying to communicate? (assuming the other hosting provider can't tell me).
By setting trusted host 0.0.0.0/0 in Moodle we made system check forget about the "not configured with a trusted host", but now it complains "Joomla URL seems to be misconfigured."
Other than the red flags on e_deprecated and Joomla URL, Moodle courses are displayed in Joomla, you can enrol in them, and launch them.
To prevent the security issue, what is the next step I should take in solving the trusted XML-RPC host issue?
I have an install of Joomdle with Moodle 1.94 and Joomla 1.6 with PHP 5.3 that works together perfectly on my local server.
When I move everything to a hosted server, the system health has two red flags. First is e_deprecated and second is Moodle not configured with a trusted XML RPC host.
e_deprecated cannot be changed as the service is running PHP version 5.2.17 and the constant e_deprecated is not available.
I used the Moodle XML-RPC hosts test an address to verify 127.0.0.1 and my website IP and included them in the list of trusted hosts.
Joomdle says error 7201 when I attempt to enable the Joomdle available courses module.
Is the PHP version the problem and is there a workaround if the hosting service cannot change?