18 Posts
cassirer
1 month ago
8
Topic

Dear All,

I hope that someone of you can help me. I already ask for help in the german seblod forum, they also tried a lot but could not find a solution: https://seblod.time4mambo.de/app-folder-app-verzeichnis/840-button-submit-save-close.html?start=0

I'm using J! 3.10.3 and seblod 3.21.4 with php 7.3.31 and a protostar and have a database of historical persons connected with historical sources. I am not a coder, I'm interested in but work as historians. So please don't judge stupid questions or lack of knowledge too hard.
The hole system was working fine for a year, but since one of the latest updates (I don't know if j! or seblod) in the frontend whenever I press either the "save&close" button or the "save" button, the editing windows are closed and nothing is saved to the database anymore. When I do the same in the backend everything is fine (using the seblod buttons - or the j! buttons).
Checking the firefox console I don't have any error. Just the "zoom" warning and the JQmigrate log.

Has someone please a hint for me, how to solve this problem?

Thanks a lot in advance, greetings from Vienna, Benjamin

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40 Posts
Casper
1 month ago
5
Level 1

I upgraded Seblod from 3.20.2 to 3.21.4 yesterday and I have the same problem. Changes are not saved when editing content from the frontend. Content changes are saved normally in the backend.

18 Posts
cassirer
1 month ago
4
Level 2

Hi there,  just an update from my side:

I installed a totally naked j! 3.10.3 and seblod 3.21.4 (i tried as well with 3.21.3 - no changes), just with protostar. I saw that it was not working at all with php8, so I've downgraded to 7.4.2

Then I manually reinstalled my Seblod-Apps and manually added in my php _content, _categories, _user and _usergroups and _cck_core. Then all the cck_store_forms I need and still I have the same problem:

whenever I press the "save" or the "save&close" Button, the editor is closed, nothing is saved.

Please help, thanks in advance, best Benjamin

44 Posts
KKAAZZOO
1 month ago
3
Level 3

How do you open the material for editing? Preferably show in screenshots

18 Posts
cassirer
1 month ago
2
Level 4

Hi KKAAZZOO, just using the frontend-editing button of joomla. Best, Benjamin

44 Posts
KKAAZZOO
1 month ago
1
Level 5

I will assume that you have overridden the output template? In this case, the appearance of a problem with editing is natural. The correct way is to create a separate edit button and place it in the material output form.

18 Posts
cassirer
1 month ago
0
Level 6

nope, totally naked protostar. Went back to seb 3.20.2 and J! 3.9.25 and it's working. But this seems not to be an solution

9 Posts
SalahJS
1 month ago
0
Level 1

same problem

179 Posts
Pathos
12 days ago
0
Level 1

We have the same problem. Has anybody found a reason or better a solution or hint to where the problem might be?

Regards,

Joris

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