JEvents 1.5 (No longer actively supported)

Fatal error w breezing forms

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Postby danad » Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:33 am

I installed Breezing forms and thought all was well but there must be a conflict. I first thought it a conflict with {loadposition} but that has been resolved. If forms module is enabled at the same time as events module, fatal error results when clicking on any content page. Turn forms module off and errors go away. I really need both forms and events.

Fatal error: Class 'JEVHelper' not found in /home/sundance/public_html/modules/mod_jevents_cal/helper.php on line 30

php version 5.2.8
joomla version 1.5.8
jevents version alpha3
apache
linux
db version 4.0.27
memory limit 120M

I appreciate your help or suggestions.
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Postby Geraint » Thu Feb 12, 2009 7:52 am

Lines 20-27 of helper.php ensures that mod.defines.php is loaded - this in turn ensures that the class JEVHelper is loaded. Therefore your form or BreezingForms itself must be doing something very strange.

Does the problem happen on content pages? Is the calendar module visible in a normal module position? Is the calendar module visible via load position?

I can look into this in more depth but would need to charge for my time I'm afraid.

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Postby [Daniel] » Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:11 pm

Not sure exactly what Breezing forms is (their web-site doesn't say much), but I use Chronoforms as my site form creator, and it does not conflict with JEvents.

All my forms generate e-mails to someone, and/or save the collected data in a database. If it is similar enough Breezing. might be worth a look. (They do have a WYSIWYG wizard, but I generally like to do it by hand)
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