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  • #67993
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    cbellingerx1
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    Greetings Charles,

    Nice job with Ajaxplorer 5.0.2!!

    After upgrading from 4.2.3 to 5.0.2 none of my previous users are in “Users & Groups”. Also none of my Repositories (Workspaces) are showing up. Please help!!!


    #68150
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    charles
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    can you give more info about your previous settings? (AUTH / CONF drivers) ?


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    #75931
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    BT
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    I am having the same problem, I also get the error when trying to view the users:

    Invalid argument supplied for foreach()(Source:/data/users)

    I thought the location of the users was under /data/plugins/auth.serial

    Please help.


    #75954
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    charles
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    BT give us more info : what’s your server system? Did you upgrade? From what version? What’s your AUTH config like?


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    #76127
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    BT
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    Hi Charles,

    I’m running it on IIS7. Performed an upgrade Ajaxplorer 4.X via the upgrade button. According to APPLICATION CORE-AUTHORIZATION, it’s set to serialized. I hope that’s what your looking for. Thank you for the help.


    #76156
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    Brandon Kinabaru
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    I have the similar issue.
    I am using apache & Pydio 5, updated to latest version. Using LDAP as main auth & serial as slave. Everything is fine. after some users log in & out and shared some files, the problem comes out. The scenrio is:
    click “users & gorups”, it shows “Invalid argument supplied for foreach()(Source:/data/users)”, I have 5 pages of user list, if I click page 2 to 5, all are OK. Only page 1 show this error.


    #76173
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    Brandon Kinabaru
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    The problem is related to serialised slave user list. After I changed “User Listing” to “Master Only”, it can disply all LDAP users properly. But what caused the serialised user list error? Is it because user deleted shared items without unshare first?


    #76191
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    charles
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    v 5.2.3?


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    #76235
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    Brandon Kinabaru
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    Yes, v5.2.3. I solved the problem.
    I found 15 user accounts in the user.ser file. Most of the users are creted automatically when LDAP users login. There one user is locally craeted after LDAP+slave mode is configured. I deleted this user, everything is fine. But still not sure what caused this problem. Any hints to check?


    #76353
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    BT
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    So, I gave up and instead of upgrading from ajaxplorer to pydio, I created a new pydio install and all is working great now. There was one problem that I had. Public minisites were working in IE and Chrome, but just a blank screen in Firefox. The error, when running firebug was: document.observe is not a function on line 128, which is this line – document.observe(“ajaxplorer:before_gui_load”, function(e). I searched and searched and all I could find was this: http://pyd.io/f/topic/blank-minisites/ which mentions the wrong url. I never put in the server url in the main settings, but again it was working fine in IE and Chrome but not Firefox. So I took a closer look at the source and this is what I found: <base href=”http://pydio.mydomain.com\/”> I have no idea where it got the ‘\’ from as the code in /plugins/action.share/res/minisite.php was <base href=”AJXP_PATH_TO_ROOT”/>. Even when I added the server url as http://pydio.mydomain.com/ it would show as <base href=”http://pydio.mydomain.com\/”>. The only way I was able to fix it was to modify /plugins/action.share/res/minisite.php from <base href=”AJXP_PATH_TO_ROOT”/> to <base href=”http://pydio.mydomain.com/”/>. Now everything is working in all three browsers.


    #76384
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    charles
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    Hi BT
    Thanks for reporting precisely. About the “\/”, is your server on windows?
    -c


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    #76420
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    BT
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    Hi Charles,

    Yes, Windows 2008 R2, using IIS 7.


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