There is one problem I am experiencing. Whenever I try to save an edited page I am taken to a login screen and after logging in I am back at the site front page. This happens both with me as an administrator and also logged in as a student. It doesn't happen when I post to a forum for example.
I use Wiki 2004053100 on Moodle 1.4 dev running on Fedora core 1
Hi Hans -
I can't duplicate it. Can you help me find the problem?
- Was the wiki in a course or at the site-level?
- What type of wiki was it (Teacher, Group, or Student)?
- What Group mode is it set to (none, visible or separate)?
- Did you specify initial content?
- It was inside a course
- It was a student Wiki
- The group mode was none
- There was no initial content, just a title.
Does this mean it is not happening any more to you? Can you reproduce it?
I will keep you all posted.
I installed a fresh Wiki fromMoodle.org under Moodle13final.
We run on a https:// server
I have also a problem with the save button:
- if I press it it warns me that I go insecure (http:// ?)
- If I say yes it says page not found
- If I press back in the webbrowser I am back in the edit window BUT IT IS SAVED
(If I press cancel I see the page WITH the added words)
Of topic: I also install your questionnaire under 1.3 seams Ok, but the images on the screens and in the helpfile show red crosses
"If I say yes it says page not found"
Can you see what page it is that it is trying to find?
(It seems to be the correct page..)
By the way, I think that I donot have the latest version, I see on Moodle.org the helpbutton on the right and also under the save button a file uploadbox ( 2004053100)
CVS is up again, I will download the latest...
May I ask for a temporary account on your sites ? I could have a look then...
Ger, Your URL needs a login ...
If you e-mail me: moodle at hansdezwart.info then I will give you an admin account on my site.
Since you're already looking into this, I'll stay out. Let me know if you need any help.
I am open for more reports regarding this issue.
Which images? The ones when you are in the phpESP management area, or in Moodle?
I will try this first and post it into this forum when i have committed it (no access to cvs at the moment).
Even more questions :
- Is your browser also on Fedora ?
- What happens if you try another browser, does the problem remain ?
- What is written in the moodle-logs ?
- Do the changes you make dissappear ?
- What happens if you press the "Cancel" button ?
- If on Windows: Do you have Norton Internet Security or something like this running ?
Maybe we can sort it out...
No I still have the problem. Let me try and answer your questions:
- The client machine is windows XP with Firefox 0.8. I also tried with IE6 and the problem was exactly the same.
- The Moodle logs show: see attached picture.
- The changes that I make are saved and I can view them later. Even though I am taken to the login page I am not logged out. I can click the root of the navigation bar and am on the frontpage properly logged in.
- The cancel button, just cancels: the expected behaviour. Same for preview by the way.
- I have AVG Antivirus and ZoneAlarm running, but I do not think those are the problems.
- I have just tested the Developer Wiki on Moodle.org and the problem isn't there.
As soon I have a new update I will check for the problem again. If it is still there I will contact you privately and give you an account on my Moodle.
Thanks again for the help and interest.
I know that IIS has issues with the PHP constant $PHP_SELF, and that sometimes causes problems like the one you're describing. I did a quick check of the Wiki code and found a couple of occurrences of this in the wikifiles.php file. I've changed them to the Moodle $ME, and committed them.
But, I doubt this procedure affected what you are doing. I'll look through the rest of Moodle as well.
I have done what Andy has suggested (-> set EWIKI_SCRIPT_URL the same as EWIKI_SCRIPT) and checked it in... In some hours, the change should be available.
It would be nice if you could test it and post the result...
From now on I can dive into some extensive testing of the Wiki module. It looks like it is once of those things that is so flexible in its use, that is hard to imagine all the wonderful educational things you could do with it.
Maybe we can post some sample Wiki activities somewhere?