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jsmith33634

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I'm trying to help a friend finish his site and have run into a roadblock. The shipping / payment / order totals modules aren't loading up into the admin panel for installation. I've double checked the configure.php file to make sure it was pointing to the correct directory. I've reloaded the module to make sure they weren't corrupt and now I've run out of ideas. I've included a screen shot of what it looks like. module_error.jpg

 

If I click on any of them I don't get a list of the modules but I do get the 'Instal' button on the right side. I've exhaused my Google Fu and even the search feature here to no avail. Is there something I'm missing or shouldn't these be showing up?

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

j smith

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Have a look in the configuration file using phpmyadmin.

 

There is a record in there for each type of module. The data content is the record a list of all the modules of that type that have been installed.

 

If, somehow, this gets out of sync with what is actually installed you get problems installing modules.

 

HTH

 

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I've installed a clean copy of OSCommerce on another domain to use as a comparison. I've checked side by side and all the files are in their respective folders. Everything in the database looks to be in proper order as well. I can only assume that there is a issue with a configuration file somewhere. Should I only be worried about the includes/configure.php and the admin/includes/configure.php files or are there more I'm not aware of?

 

Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.

 

-John

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It is not a php file but a file in the mysql database.

 

Cheers

 

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