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[Solved] file_get_contents error

11 years 8 months ago
agbandini
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #11
Hi,

It was exactly what I did, but the problem is that on the login from the site I'am redirect to the moodle's login page...it not enter in moodle directly... :(
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11 years 8 months ago
Antonio Durán
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #12
Do you mean that when you log into Joomla you are automatically redirected to the Moodle login page?
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11 years 8 months ago
agbandini
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #13
yes exactly, this is the situation....
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11 years 8 months ago
Antonio Durán
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #14
Really strange...

Firt: you look the courses in the module fine, right?
Second: do you have enabled and public, the xml-rpc plugin.

If that is all true, disable the joomdlehooks plugin and test.
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11 years 8 months ago 11 years 8 months ago by agbandini.
agbandini
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #15
Hi,

after the weekend break I returned to the problem :S

I have taken the test you gave me suggested and the result was the same:

independently from the state of the joomdlehooks plugin the behavior was the same...my joomla user do not enter in moodle, on the login I'm redirect to the moodle url but I don't enter in the course....:(

I also found that if in moodle is enabled the guest login I can enter from joomla only as guest and not as normal user....
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11 years 8 months ago
Antonio Durán
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #16
Hi. I don't know what is causing you to be redirected to Moodle on Login, as is the joomdlehooks plugin who does this :(

Just to be sure, disable all joomdle plugins and modules, and log in with an user. If you are being redirected to Moodle, it must be for other reason.
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11 years 8 months ago
agbandini
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #17
Hi

disabling all plugins I'm not redirect to moodle.
But for me the big broblem is the access on moodle.

I noticed that a user created in joomla is partially created (Not all moodle fields are filled) also in moodle but if these users can't access in moodle even manually this is a big problem.
What can I do?
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11 years 8 months ago
Antonio Durán
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #18
I don't know if I understand you. You can't access Moodle normally as admin from moodle's login page?
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11 years 8 months ago
agbandini
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #19
Yes, as moodle administrator I can access.

To make you understand I attach a screen of the user panel of moodle after a creation of an user in joomla (I called the user "prova")....

With thus created user in moodle I can't access to the platform neither from the site either manually....
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11 years 8 months ago
Antonio Durán
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[Solved] file_get_contents error #20
Ok. That looks as if you:
- Don't have the xmlrpc joomdle plugin enabled when creating the user
- or/and You don't have Joomla web services enabled
- or/and you don't have the moodle auth plugin enabled /configured with Joomla url

Enable those two, create a new user and see what happens.

Also, as I told you in another post, users created by Joomdle cannot access Moodle directly. They don't have a password there.
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