Because of a new System policy we had to transfer the MySQL database to an DB Server which uses MSSQL. Therefor we used a small tool to convert the MySQL database to MSSQL. This worked fine. But after the migration and the change of the configuration to the new server the HTML-Editor soesn´t work anymore in all cases. In IE I get an error message that the HTMLArea is no defined. This problem appears only after changing the settings to MSSQL. After I change the settings back to MySQL the Editor appears.
Can someone perhaps help me? For me it doesn´t make sense why the HTML Editor doen´s work with MSSQL.
the problem you describe sounds similar to that mentioned the following thread:
Thank you for your answer. But my problem is slightly different. I have a complete different environment. Moodle is running on a complete Linux-Apache-PHP5 environment. Only the DB server is running on windows 2003 and MSSQL. On the webserver there are running multiple websites and the avarage load is quite high. Therefor I want to balance the load and use our MSSQL DB Sever. The thread you mentioned covers the topic in a complete windows environment. But once again I don´t understand in which case the editor is dependend on the db Sever. That doesn´t make sense to me. I have alos developed web application which uses such an editor but that was always independent of the db which was used. Do you have another idea?
It turns out that i was using Chrome to browse the pages by coincidence after migrating, before I just used Firefox, where the editor displays normally.
Try browsing it with Firefox or IE, the problem its solved. it doesn't has to do anything with MSSQL, in fact before migration a Chrome user had reported to me that he wasn't able to see the editor, i just forgot it because I didn't use Chrome at that time.