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ocs 2.3.5: Two problems related to announcements

Postby larsh » Wed Aug 01, 2012 9:21 am

When an announcement is prepared in the OCS administrator interface, and sent to people having signed up for notifications of site updates, a problem arises.
A blank screen occurs together with the following message in the Apache error-log:
PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method Conference::getLocalizedTitle() in lib/pkp/classes/notification/NotificationManager.inc.php
on line 115, referer: /index.php/DNP/index/manager/createAnnouncement

The error-causing line is shown in context below:
$mail->assignParams(array(
'notificationContents' => $notificationContents,
'url' => $notification->getLocation(),
'siteTitle' => $context->getLocalizedTitle(),
'unsubscribeLink' => Request::url(null, 'notification', 'unsubscribeMailList')
));
As a consequence, notifications by mail are not delivered, at least not to unregistered users (identity was succesfully confirmed via reply to confirmation mail).

Another announcement-related problem: Even after announcements are deleted in the administrator-interface, they still appear when Notification/View is selected without logging in (at least if not all announcements are deleted). Example: At http://www.DNPsymposium.org/ you will find 3 similar announcements (equal content). Three announcements with different content were created, and two of them were subsequently deleted, so the list should only have one message (the latest).

Any ideas of the causes? I am using PHP 5.3 and OCS 2.3.5 with currently available patches installed.

Thanks,
Lars
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Re: ocs 2.3.5: Two problems related to announcements

Postby waluyo » Wed Aug 01, 2012 2:39 pm

Also in OCS 2.3.4
I have the same problem, error in line 115, every time I create a new announcement.
What I do, I click the BACK button in my browser, then the announcement is written as expected under announcement.

Regards,
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Re: ocs 2.3.5: Two problems related to announcements

Postby pgeorg » Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:51 am

Hello everyone
I have a similar problem in OCS 2.3.5.0
I am trying to add RSS2 feed of my conference (http://conference2013.lis.upatras.gr) to conference's page on Facebook but i get nothing. In the same way choosing the notification icon on the site I get a blank screen with the following message:

Fatal error: Call to undefined method AnnouncementDAO::getMostRecentAnnouncementByConferenceId() in /var/www/ocs-2.3.5/plugins/generic/announcementFeed/AnnouncementFeedGatewayPlugin.inc.php on line 127

Any help on that would be valuable....

Regards

Panos Georgiou, University of Patras, Library & Information Center
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Re: ocs 2.3.5: Two problems related to announcements

Postby asmecher » Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:09 am

Hi Panos,

I've filed this at http://pkp.sfu.ca/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=8184; there is a link to a patch there (actually two, though they're both the same). Could you apply the patch and confirm whether it solves the problem?

Regards,
Alec Smecher
Public Knowledge Project Team
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Re: ocs 2.3.5: Two problems related to announcements

Postby waluyo » Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:06 am

It works for me, thanks :D

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