jlavin at endpoint.com
Fri Sep 25 17:30:50 UTC 2015
Quoting Frank Reitzenstein (frank at aussievitamin.com):
> I downloaded the zip file of the Strap Template from here
Hi Frank, glad you are able to give it a try.
> So here is my Strap cart out of the box.
> There are two problems. Firstly if I type in a silly page name the
> "page not found error" does not log in
This is not something the Strap or Standard templates offer
out-of-the-box. You can modify special_pages/missing.html to do this,
if you like.
> Also as you can see from the link above there is an error when you visit
> that, which does not log.
Yes, this is a known bug with some installs of both the Strap and
It affects the use of $Tag in catalog.cfg, which is used by the 'ncheck'
subroutine on the category pages.
I have seen it affect Perl 5.14.1 and 5.22.0 -- but I have also seen a
What version of Perl were you using? You may try something like 5.12 and
see if that works.
> However there are occasional entries in the log.
> - - - [25/September/2015:19:46:47 +0800] strap - table stock_alert index
> failed: ERROR: relation "stock_alert" does not exist
> - - - [25/September/2015:19:46:47 +0800] strap - table 'stock_alert'
> failed: list_fields execute on stock_alert: ERROR: relation
> "stock_alert" does not exist
> LINE 1: SELECT * FROM stock_alert WHERE 2 = 1
> ^ at /usr/lib/interchange/lib/Vend/Table/DBI.pm
> line 1863.
You appear to be missing the stock_alert table. If you are trying to use
Strap with an existing database, you will need to create this table. See
dbconf/mysql/stock_alert.mysql, for example.
Using Interchange's makecat command would have created this table for
you, along with the others.
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