Permalinks plugin not creating links for existing records
I am struggling to make the 'Update Tables' function work on the permalink plugin. I have run the debug and this is the results. Lots of 'non-existent-url' references, which i assume isn't right:
$server = array (
'date' => '2018-01-23 15:17:06',
'HTTP_HOST' => 'my domain name here',
'SERVER_SOFTWARE' => 'Apache',
'PHP_VERSION' => '5.6.33',
'PHP_UNAME' => 'Linux [info removed] #1 SMP Wed Jan 17 13:19:23 EST 2018 x86_64',
'_NOTES_' => '',
'---------' => '---------',
'CMSB_MOD_SECURITY2' => '1',
PHP_SELF' => '/cmsb/plugins/permalinks/permalinks_dispatcher.php',
'PHP_SELF_ORIGINAL' => '/cmsb/plugins/permalinks/permalinks_dispatcher.php',
'QUERY_STRING' => 'this=that',
'REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING' => 'this=that',
'REDIRECT_SCRIPT_URI' => 'http://mydomainname/non-existant-url',
'REDIRECT_SCRIPT_URL' => '/non-existant-url',
'REDIRECT_STATUS' => '200',
'REDIRECT_UNIQUE_ID' => 'WmdR8sCQUOwDwCbCCHY4RwAAAAE',
'REDIRECT_URL' => '/non-existant-url',
'REQUEST_URI' => '/non-existant-url?this=that',
'SCRIPT_FILENAME' => '/home/xxxx/public_html/xxxx/cmsb/plugins/permalinks/permalinks_dispatcher.php',
'SCRIPT_NAME' => '/cmsb/plugins/permalinks/permalinks_dispatcher.php',
'SCRIPT_URI' => 'http://mydomainame/non-existant-url',
'SCRIPT_URL' => '/non-existant-url',
--------' => '--------',
'_OUTPUT_ACTUAL_' => '/non-existant-url',
'_OUTPUT_EXPECTED_' => '/non-existant-url',
That looks correct at first glance. /non-existant-url/ is a hard-coded test value.
What happens when you run "Updated Tables"? Do you get an error? Or just nothing happens?
And which version of Permalinks are you running?
I'm running cmsb v3.12 (Build 2159) and permalinks 1.08.
I don't get an error when running Update Tables but the problem is wider than I realised. When permalinks is active (I have currently deactivated it, so there isn't an immediate panic to fix this) I am unable to save any changes to a section. When trying to save a record I get the error message: Permalinks: Permalink filepath does not exist '/home/username/public_html/foldername/filename.php'!
Can you email me CMS and FTP login details along with a link to this post and steps to reproduce the issue to firstname.lastname@example.org? We can take a look and let you know what we find. Note, don't post login details to the forum. Thanks!