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relisys Purchased

Feature Request:

In “Project Accounts & Passwords” please implement a quick password generator

darkhost Purchased

Hi there,

Have you had a chance to look at the setup and why it is not completing. Also were you able to access the ftp. I have logged in multiple times with the same credentials.

Regards

Luminary

Hi,

Not yet, I will be looking at this by the end of the weekend. I have family in town, and It is leaving me little time to work this past week.

Default-user
darkhost Purchased

No problem at all thats perfect. Is there a way to import invoices?

Luminary

At the moment, no – I did not include that type of a feature in. :(

kemp1 Purchased

email sent, please check, thank you

relisys Purchased

Hi. I am trying to upload images into a folder via your script.

I keep getting the same message over and over: “The File was not an accepted file type or was too large in file size. “

I have double checked and the images I am uploading are with allowed extensions and I am not exceeding the file size.

Allowed File Types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png, tiff, tif, zip, rar, pdf, doc, docx, txt, xls, csv Max Upload File Size: 125 mb. php.ini has max_upload_filesize set to 125MB

The php error log shows no activity. Why does this keep triggering?

Luminary

Do a google search on increasing max_file_size, I cannot remember off hand what the other ones are that should also be increased, and not in a position to check.

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relisys Purchased

I have researched some forums and it is suggested to update the following settings: upload_max_filesize = 125M post_max_size = 125M

I have updated these settings to 125M as i indicated above and restarted my apache2 and confirmed that the new settings are being loaded. But no matter what, any image larger than 2mb still triggers the same error.

Luminary

Are you running this on a local install (like XAMPP)? PHP sendmail() does not work on a local install with out some finagleing.

Try turning on error reporting in the config.php file, and see what errors are being thrown.

error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set(‘display_errors’, ‘1’);

kemp1 Purchased

kindly check your mail again, send you two and you just answered the second, I need your urgent help

relisys Purchased

Wow so I was trying to update the “Update Client Payments Settings” Tried it in

(Windows) FireFox Chrome IE

None of those worked. They button doesn’t seem to respond. I have read some comments and tried Safari

That one worked. Very Odd. But I am sure you are aware of that problem by now. Just information you that FireFox is now also on the list of none working Browsers for that issue

Also I have noticed that even after disabling the payment system for the user, they are still able to access that area via url.

/index.php?page=newPayment&projectId=2

So you may want to fix that too :)

Thank you. You guys are doing a wonderful job and I love your software.

Luminary

I did fix this in the latest fix. You can download the latest version from your downloads page. I will look at the getting a fix for being able to see the payment page when the Payment System is disabled.

Thanks for catching that! :)

relisys Purchased

Hi. I have disabled the ability for client to have access to payment gateway and to see any invoices and records. But I was shocked to find out that this options was disabled for admin as well.

I as the admin or as project manager want to be have the ability to track payments for every project. I want to be able to Record payment as before or send out an invoice to the client.

I’m not really sure why you chose to do that but would you please be hind enough to tell me what i need to do to turn that back on for admin?

I know php and mysql and i should be able to follow your instructions without a problem. (I could probably do this myself. but it will take time to explore the entire code of the project and avoid breaking related features with my changes)

Thank you. Looking forward to your reply.

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relisys Purchased

would it be safe to assume that if i follow the trail of “if ($set[‘enablePayments’] == ‘1’) {” I will find anywhere it being shown to client ?

Thanks

Luminary

Yes, that is where it is checking if the Payment System is enabled.

Default-user
relisys Purchased

Alright so after digging through some code I decided instead of altering all features that show based on the setting, i will just update the setting after it is retrieved from the database. Its a simple work around until you create a better solution.

in /admin/index.php

// Get Settings Data
    include ('../includes/settings.php');
    $set = mysqli_fetch_assoc($setRes);
    $set['enablePayments'] = 1;     <--add this line.

Once the data array is retrieved from the database, this line will allow admin to continue to see things as if the Payment setting was enabled. But on the client side it will continue to reed directly from the database. Seems to work pretty well.

relisys Purchased

For those of you who have disabled the Payment option in admin and want to prevent clients from accessing the following pages via URL, do the following:

In the folder /pages/ open the following files: (NOT in /admin/pages/) receipt.php myPayments.php myInvoices.php newPayments.php

At the very top of each file right below ”<?php” Add the following code:

if ($set['enablePayments'] == '0') {
    header ('Location: index.php');
    exit;
}

This code will check if the payment option is disabled and if so it will prevent client from entering this page and redirect them back to dashboard.

This solution has not been approved by the author and may not work in future version of this software so use at your own risk. :)

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