That did the trick on the database! Thanks a lot.
After the small patch was applied, I do not see the 404 error, but now, the link is not working correctly, unless this is how it was intended to work. This is what is happening:
Whenever you click the username link in Subscriptions Manager, then Payments, then Records for ANY user that paid for an article, the link will open the profile of the admin, which can be edited. For example, when I hoover the mouse over the username of a user that paid for an article, the link looks something like this: http://www.xxx.com/index.php/journal/user/profile/1245 http://www.xxx.com/index.php/journal/user/profile/1251
Still in Subscriptions Manager, when I click any of the links above to view the profile of each user, I see the admin profile instead of the user. The actual user profile does not show up. Ideally, what should happen is that the admin should see the profile of ANY person that bought an article. Can this be fixed?
Is there a way to save the "users" column in the database with only first name, last name, and email address of each user as SQl or CSV file? I have tried to export from the database, but it saves all the fields like username, phone, mailing, phone, etc? I have also tried to use the Import/Export on the site to get the XML for the users of the journal, but the XML shows ALL the fields. I just need the first name, last name, and email. Is there a way to do this?
Thanks so much.