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My conjecture of rambling nonsense into written enlightenment is a byproduct of Grammarly Premium integrated with the Mozilla Firefox web browser for our mutual benefit and enjoyment. While posting here within the Invision community, I have not noticed any technical blunders or otherwise undesirable effects that I have yet to become aware of. Though I must confess, I am astonished to learn that Invision had once incorporated Grammarly into their production.
I am most pleased to hear this joyful news. I observed that on my localhost install I could not get past the screen asking for my license key. For a brief moment or so, I had assumed I made an unidentifiable and critical error someplace yet not discovered. I shall take comfort in knowing that, in all likelihood, it was merely the incompatibility. To be a little more clear. I can reach as far as the following URL. admin/install/?controller=license But after entering my license key and submitting I am greeted with an all-white page that ends with the following URL. admin/install/index.php?controller=applications My httpd error logs note the following of interest. [Fri Feb 12 00:01:14.247050 2021] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 21325:tid 140322638108224] [client 127.0.0.1:44732] AH01071: Got error 'PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught IPS\\Db\\Exception: No database selected in /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Db.php:638\nStack trace:\n#0 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(383): IPS\\_Db->preparedQuery()\n#1 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(281): IPS\\Db\\_Select->runQuery()\n#2 /srv/http/ips/system/Settings/Settings.php(182): IPS\\Db\\_Select->setKeyField()\n#3 /srv/http/ips/system/Settings/Settings.php(132): IPS\\_Settings->loadFromDb()\n#4 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Db.php(621): IPS\\_Settings->__get()\n#5 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(383): IPS\\_Db->preparedQuery()\n#6 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(281): IPS\\Db\\_Select->runQuery()\n#7 /srv/http/ips/system/Settings/Settings.php(182): IPS\\Db\\_Select->setKeyField()\n#8 /srv/http/ips/system/Settings/Settings.php(132): IPS\\_Settings->loadFromDb()\n#9 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Db.php(621): IPS\\_Settings->__get()\n#10 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(383): IPS\\_Db->preparedQuery()\n#11 /srv/http/ips/system/Db/Select.php(281): IPS\\Db\\_Select->runQuery()\n#12 /srv/h...', referer: http://localhost/ [Fri Feb 12 00:01:46.470848 2021] [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 21127:tid 140323158226496] [client 127.0.0.1:44762] AH01071: Got error 'PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Cannot make static method XMLReader::open() non static in class IPS\\Xml\\_XMLReader in /srv/http/ips/system/Xml/XMLReader.php on line 34', referer: http://localhost/ips/admin/install/?controller=license I have confirmed the functionality of my localhost by successfully installing a competing product. But I digress. It pleases me to know that Invision shall have this resolved in due time.
Hello @giovanny castro It pleases me to know that someone within Invision could resolve your issue and that your community website is now fully functional. Thanks for keeping us posted on your progress as well. 😀
Hello @giovanny castro I can see you are upset. No one particularly likes or wishes to experience downtime and general administrative issues. It can be a very frustrating time, especially if you do not know the cause of the problems you are facing or have been provided a possible cause yet have no clue where to begin addressing them. Please be believe when I say 'we have all been there.' After all, everyone starts someplace, somewhere. What can even be more frustrating is when you identify the cause and the solution, and you realize the time it may take to implement a working solution. I guess my point is, I and I am sure many other people here do sympathize. We have all experienced the rewards of owning and managing our site(s), just as we have experienced how frustrating it can be. But during those more troubling times, it is essential not to lose focus and not direct your frustration toward anyone individual(s). There are people here, both personally and professionally, who wish to help you. Taking out your frustration will not help in that regard. You said in your reply that the issue is related to SSL. Did you understand what was said and how it was caused? Do you know how to resolve it? If the answer is "no" to either of these questions, perhaps if you share with the community the explained cause, someone can better try to explain things.
Hello giovanny castro Since you are inquiring about someone from within Invision to review your ongoing site issue personally, it may be best to reach them through ticket support. The community forums here are designed for peer to peer support. I am not suggesting that no one at Invision will see your post, only that usually for faster and direct service support, contacting Invision through the client area is often the way to go. https://www.invisioncommunity.com/clientarea/ In the meantime, as a fellow customer who is online, I and others could provide some clues if you noticed any error messages?