Are you sure all the bugs are worked out on this module?? Or is something else going on here? This is getting frustrating, as one could imagine.
Thanks for any ideas,
I can confirm the system behaviour that James reports. Using Internet Explorer on my Mac shows the left button correctly ( "save changes" instead of "less than"), but also has the annoying looping behaviour.
Any chances that this may be fixed for 1.4.x? Is there a log file somewhere that might help to track down the problem? Where is the data stored, is it just the database or does it attempt to write somewhere? Maybe there are some file priviliges set incorrectly?
I still have not understood the options for designing the criteria. If I just click ok and say yes to the defaults, should then everything be fine?
>>My Explorer browser shows a "Save changes" button on this page, and acts as if changes are successfully saved when submitted, but then I'm looped back to this same form and have to start from scratch.>>
Ditto for me using IE on XP. However, looking at revision dates in the Workshop folder, I am pretty certain that I have an older version.
I have been looking for a more recent version of the Workshop module...
V. 1.41+ currently includes a version that has files most recently revised Sept.8/2004, and I don't believe the version available from the Mods and Addons page is current either. Is the spiffy new 2004092400 - In-line submissions version only available via CVS? I'm looking for a stable version revised between 9/30/2004 - 10/18/2004
>>I don't believe the version available from the Mods and Addons page is current either.
Doh! After reading some other threads about CVS, I guess all the newly revised debugged versions of workshop since August have been for 1.5 dev, not 1.42...
My O/S: Mac OS v10.3
Moodle: version 1.4.2 2004083125
My solution for now is to use Assignments for everything instead of Workshops. It would be neat to have everyone making comments on other participants' work, but I'll have to let that go for now.
I was having the same problem as the others. But, just like by Syamsul, when I switched from Safari to Firefox, no more problem.
- Powerbook G4, 1Gb, 1Ghz, OS X.3.7 to run moodle as well as a client
- moodle 1.4.3
- PHP Version 5.0.3 and
- mysql Ver 12.22 Distrib 4.0.23
- using safari, as well as FireForx as web clients.
[Mon Feb 7 01:29:09 2005] [error] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /Library/WebServer/Documents/moodle/mod/workshop/assessments.php on line 614
Does anyone know what the problem is?
At this point it has been over three months, I am now back to a stable (1.4.3+ or 2004083132) version of Moodle for an actual course I am running, and the problem persists as the Workshop version installed with 1.4.3+ is unchanged (2004060401). Other threads report the possibility of the latest version of Workshop being backwards-compatible (with at least 1.4.2), but this sounds risky.
So what this means to me is that the entire Workshop module is unusable until 1.5 stable comes out (which will be when??), or until someone out there identifies a workaround for 1.4.3+. My students are slated to submit their draft papers via Workshop on 28 February...I will send a bottle of virtual champagne to whoever can solve this for me!
There is a larger issue here as well: if I am going to effectively pitch Moodle to my university as a courseware package we need to find ways to fix bugs quicker. Problems such as the above will really affect Moodle's image.
We're having problems here too. When students try to save feedback for peer review they get the error: