Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-21 Thread Marius Dumitru Florea
On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:50 AM, vinc...@massol.net vinc...@massol.net wrote:
 Hi Leonardo,

 On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato 
 (leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

 Hi Marius and Vicent.
 Thank you for the reply.

 After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.
 Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change I've made. 
 The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.

 I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in 
 jquery.com(http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the 
 Jquery plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it 
 to work without conflict with prototype.

Note that recent versions of XWiki have jQuery bundled but it isn't
loaded by default on any page. You need to load it using RequrieJS.
Here's an example
https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-menu/xwiki-platform-menu-ui/src/main/resources/Menu/MenuMacro.xml#L154
(but you should use 'jquery' instead of 'jQueryNoConflict').

Hope this helps,
Marius


 Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:
 The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to replace 
 your current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top since this could 
 leave some old files around which would make XWiki fail (like if old JARs 
 are lying around in WEB-INF/lib). 
 Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade

 Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this directory must 
 absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the upgrade can 
 happen. BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s configured in 
 xwiki.properties)?

 Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it features a new 
 bootstrap skin.

 Cool, let us know how it goes!

 Thanks
 -Vincent


 Thank you for your support.
 =).


 2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:vinc...@massol.net) :
  Hi,
 
  On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato 
  (leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com))
   wrote:
 
   UPDATE:
  
   I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the problem
   persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
   Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background shows 
   up
   and there is nothing I can do.
  
   One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
   and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
   logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.
  
   Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to start
   the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.
 
  Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d like 
  to make sure you’re doing it correctly.
 
  Thanks
  -Vincent
 
   So, It's not a
   extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be something 
   with
   the Database and javascript.
  
   Should I start a bug report on Jira?
  
   Thank you very much.


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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-21 Thread Marius Dumitru Florea
On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Marius Dumitru Florea
mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:
 On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:50 AM, vinc...@massol.net vinc...@massol.net 
 wrote:
 Hi Leonardo,

 On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato 
 (leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

 Hi Marius and Vicent.
 Thank you for the reply.

 After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.
 Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change I've made. 
 The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.

 I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in 
 jquery.com(http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the 
 Jquery plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it 
 to work without conflict with prototype.

 Note that recent versions of XWiki have jQuery bundled but it isn't
 loaded by default on any page. You need to load it using RequrieJS.
 Here's an example
 https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-menu/xwiki-platform-menu-ui/src/main/resources/Menu/MenuMacro.xml#L154
 (but you should use 'jquery' instead of 'jQueryNoConflict').

Already documented here
http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/JavaScriptAPI#HRequireJSandjQueryAPIs
.


 Hope this helps,
 Marius


 Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:
 The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to replace 
 your current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top since this 
 could leave some old files around which would make XWiki fail (like if old 
 JARs are lying around in WEB-INF/lib). 
 Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade

 Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this directory must 
 absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the upgrade can 
 happen. BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s configured in 
 xwiki.properties)?

 Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it features a new 
 bootstrap skin.

 Cool, let us know how it goes!

 Thanks
 -Vincent


 Thank you for your support.
 =).


 2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:vinc...@massol.net) :
  Hi,
 
  On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato 
  (leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com))
   wrote:
 
   UPDATE:
  
   I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the 
   problem
   persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
   Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background 
   shows up
   and there is nothing I can do.
  
   One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
   and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
   logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.
  
   Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to 
   start
   the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.
 
  Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d like 
  to make sure you’re doing it correctly.
 
  Thanks
  -Vincent
 
   So, It's not a
   extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be something 
   with
   the Database and javascript.
  
   Should I start a bug report on Jira?
  
   Thank you very much.


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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-21 Thread Leonardo Kodato
Hi.
Thank you for the reply.

Marius, that's a nice feature. I will test it here.

Vincent, my data directory is
under environment.permanentDirectory=../Tomcat/webapps/xwiki/data.

I have successfully updated xwiki to 6.1(although I have some minor
problems with flamingo layout).
But that's a matter to another topic.

Thank you very much.


2014-07-21 7:23 GMT-03:00 Marius Dumitru Florea 
mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com:

 On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Marius Dumitru Florea
 mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:
  On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:50 AM, vinc...@massol.net vinc...@massol.net
 wrote:
  Hi Leonardo,
 
  On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato (leonardokod...@gmail.com
 (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:
 
  Hi Marius and Vicent.
  Thank you for the reply.
 
  After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.
  Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change I've
 made. The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.
 
  I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in jquery.com
 (http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the Jquery
 plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it to work
 without conflict with prototype.
 
  Note that recent versions of XWiki have jQuery bundled but it isn't
  loaded by default on any page. You need to load it using RequrieJS.
  Here's an example
 
 https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-menu/xwiki-platform-menu-ui/src/main/resources/Menu/MenuMacro.xml#L154
  (but you should use 'jquery' instead of 'jQueryNoConflict').

 Already documented here

 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/JavaScriptAPI#HRequireJSandjQueryAPIs
 .

 
  Hope this helps,
  Marius
 
 
  Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:
  The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to
 replace your current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top since
 this could leave some old files around which would make XWiki fail (like if
 old JARs are lying around in WEB-INF/lib). 
  Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade
 
  Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this directory
 must absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the upgrade can
 happen. BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s configured in
 xwiki.properties)?
 
  Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it features a
 new bootstrap skin.
 
  Cool, let us know how it goes!
 
  Thanks
  -Vincent
 
 
  Thank you for your support.
  =).
 
 
  2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:
 vinc...@massol.net) :
   Hi,
  
   On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato (leonardokod...@gmail.com
 (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:
  
UPDATE:
   
I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the
 problem
persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the
 Distribution
Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background
 shows up
and there is nothing I can do.
   
One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the
 Admin
and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the
 register and
logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one
 space.
   
Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder
 to start
the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.
  
   Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d
 like to make sure you’re doing it correctly.
  
   Thanks
   -Vincent
  
So, It's not a
extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be
 something with
the Database and javascript.
   
Should I start a bug report on Jira?
   
Thank you very much.
 
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-21 Thread vinc...@massol.net
 



On 21 Jul 2014 at 15:24:47, Leonardo Kodato 
(leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

 Hi.
 Thank you for the reply.
  
 Marius, that's a nice feature. I will test it here.
  
 Vincent, my data directory is
 under environment.permanentDirectory=../Tomcat/webapps/xwiki/data.

BTW since this is a relative directory you need to be very very careful to 
always start xwiki from the same directory as otherwise you’ll find yourself 
with an empty directory. We recommend using an absolute path. 

From xwiki.properties:

#-# You can set:
#-# * an absolute path (recommended)
#-# * a relative path (not recommended at all)but in this case the directory 
will be relative to where the XWiki server
#-#   is started and thus the user under which XWiki is started will need write 
permissions for the current directory

Thanks
-Vincent

 I have successfully updated xwiki to 6.1(although I have some minor
 problems with flamingo layout).
 But that's a matter to another topic.
  
 Thank you very much.
  
  
 2014-07-21 7:23 GMT-03:00 Marius Dumitru Florea 
 mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com:
  
  On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Marius Dumitru Florea
  wrote:
   On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:50 AM, vinc...@massol.net  
  wrote:
   Hi Leonardo,
  
   On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato (leonardokod...@gmail.com
  (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:
  
   Hi Marius and Vicent.
   Thank you for the reply.
  
   After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.
   Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change I've
  made. The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.
  
   I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in jquery.com
  (http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the Jquery
  plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it to work
  without conflict with prototype.
  
   Note that recent versions of XWiki have jQuery bundled but it isn't
   loaded by default on any page. You need to load it using RequrieJS.
   Here's an example
  
  https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-menu/xwiki-platform-menu-ui/src/main/resources/Menu/MenuMacro.xml#L154
   (but you should use 'jquery' instead of 'jQueryNoConflict').
 
  Already documented here
 
  http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/JavaScriptAPI#HRequireJSandjQueryAPIs
  .
 
  
   Hope this helps,
   Marius
  
  
   Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:
   The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to
  replace your current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top since
  this could leave some old files around which would make XWiki fail (like if
  old JARs are lying around in WEB-INF/lib). 
   Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade
  
   Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this directory
  must absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the upgrade can
  happen. BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s configured in
  xwiki.properties)?
  
   Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it features a
  new bootstrap skin.
  
   Cool, let us know how it goes!
  
   Thanks
   -Vincent
  
  
   Thank you for your support.
   =).
  
  
   2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:
  vinc...@massol.net) :
Hi,
   
On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato (leonardokod...@gmail.com
  (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:
   
 UPDATE:

 I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the
  problem
 persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the
  Distribution
 Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background
  shows up
 and there is nothing I can do.

 One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the
  Admin
 and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the
  register and
 logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one
  space.

 Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder
  to start
 the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.
   
Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d
  like to make sure you’re doing it correctly.
   
Thanks
-Vincent
   
 So, It's not a
 extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be
  something with
 the Database and javascript.

 Should I start a bug report on Jira?

 Thank you very much.
  
  
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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-21 Thread Leonardo Kodato
Hi Marius.

Thank's for the hit. I will change that. It's also easier to backup when a
absolute path is set.

Thank you =).


2014-07-21 10:42 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net vinc...@massol.net:





 On 21 Jul 2014 at 15:24:47, Leonardo Kodato (leonardokod...@gmail.com
 (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

  Hi.
  Thank you for the reply.
 
  Marius, that's a nice feature. I will test it here.
 
  Vincent, my data directory is
  under environment.permanentDirectory=../Tomcat/webapps/xwiki/data.

 BTW since this is a relative directory you need to be very very careful to
 always start xwiki from the same directory as otherwise you’ll find
 yourself with an empty directory. We recommend using an absolute path.

 From xwiki.properties:

 #-# You can set:
 #-# * an absolute path (recommended)
 #-# * a relative path (not recommended at all)but in this case the
 directory will be relative to where the XWiki server
 #-#   is started and thus the user under which XWiki is started will need
 write permissions for the current directory

 Thanks
 -Vincent

  I have successfully updated xwiki to 6.1(although I have some minor
  problems with flamingo layout).
  But that's a matter to another topic.
 
  Thank you very much.
 
 
  2014-07-21 7:23 GMT-03:00 Marius Dumitru Florea 
  mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com:
 
   On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Marius Dumitru Florea
   wrote:
On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:50 AM, vinc...@massol.net
   wrote:
Hi Leonardo,
   
On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato (
 leonardokod...@gmail.com
   (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:
   
Hi Marius and Vicent.
Thank you for the reply.
   
After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.
Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change
 I've
   made. The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.
   
I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in
 jquery.com
   (http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the
 Jquery
   plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it to
 work
   without conflict with prototype.
   
Note that recent versions of XWiki have jQuery bundled but it isn't
loaded by default on any page. You need to load it using RequrieJS.
Here's an example
   
  
 https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-menu/xwiki-platform-menu-ui/src/main/resources/Menu/MenuMacro.xml#L154
(but you should use 'jquery' instead of 'jQueryNoConflict').
  
   Already documented here
  
  
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/JavaScriptAPI#HRequireJSandjQueryAPIs
   .
  
   
Hope this helps,
Marius
   
   
Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:
The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to
   replace your current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top
 since
   this could leave some old files around which would make XWiki fail
 (like if
   old JARs are lying around in WEB-INF/lib). 
Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade
   
Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this
 directory
   must absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the
 upgrade can
   happen. BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s
 configured in
   xwiki.properties)?
   
Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it
 features a
   new bootstrap skin.
   
Cool, let us know how it goes!
   
Thanks
-Vincent
   
   
Thank you for your support.
=).
   
   
2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:
   vinc...@massol.net) :
 Hi,

 On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato (
 leonardokod...@gmail.com
   (mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com))
 wrote:

  UPDATE:
 
  I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but
 the
   problem
  persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the
   Distribution
  Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray
 background
   shows up
  and there is nothing I can do.
 
  One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but
 the
   Admin
  and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the
   register and
  logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one
   space.
 
  Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki
 folder
   to start
  the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.

 Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation?
 I’d
   like to make sure you’re doing it correctly.

 Thanks
 -Vincent

  So, It's not a
  extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be
   something with
  the Database and javascript.
 
  Should I start a bug report on Jira?
 
  Thank you very much.
   
   

Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-16 Thread vinc...@massol.net
Hi Leonardo,

On 15 Jul 2014 at 20:10:26, Leonardo Kodato 
(leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

 Hi Marius and Vicent.
 Thank you for the reply.
  
 After disabling the JS, it loaded correctly.  
 Then I rolled back the instalation and restored the last change I've made. 
 The problem ocurred due to a jquery-prototype compatibility.
 I tried to put Jquery in no-conflict mode, as documented in 
 jquery.com(http://jquery.com). It was inside a Xwiki object, as well as the 
 Jquery plugin that I'm using. Now I will try to figure out how do I get it to 
 work without conflict with prototype.  
  
 Vicent, here is the documentation I read. It says that:  
 The general strategy is to download the WAR distribution and to replace your 
 current installed WAR. Make sure you don't copy on top since this could leave 
 some old files around which would make XWiki fail (like if old JARs are lying 
 around in WEB-INF/lib). 
 Link: http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Upgrade

Actually I thought you mean the xwiki data directory and this directory must 
absolutely not be removed. It needs to be kept so that the upgrade can happen. 
BTW where did you put the xwiki data directory (it’s configured in 
xwiki.properties)?

 Even so, I will try to update it to 6.1 and test it, as it features a new 
 bootstrap skin. 

Cool, let us know how it goes!

Thanks
-Vincent


 Thank you for your support.  
 =).
  
  
 2014-07-12 10:26 GMT-03:00 vinc...@massol.net(mailto:vinc...@massol.net) :
  Hi,  
   
  On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato 
  (leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com))
   wrote:
   
   UPDATE:
  
   I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the problem
   persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
   Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background shows 
   up
   and there is nothing I can do.
  
   One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
   and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
   logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.
  
   Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to start
   the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.  
   
  Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d like to 
  make sure you’re doing it correctly.  
   
  Thanks  
  -Vincent
   
   So, It's not a
   extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be something 
   with
   the Database and javascript.
  
   Should I start a bug report on Jira?
  
   Thank you very much.
  

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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-12 Thread vinc...@massol.net
Hi,

On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:12:22, Leonardo Kodato 
(leonardokod...@gmail.com(mailto:leonardokod...@gmail.com)) wrote:

 UPDATE:
  
 I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the problem
 persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
 Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background shows up
 and there is nothing I can do.
  
 One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
 and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
 logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.
  
 Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to start
 the update proccess as recommended in the documentation. 

Could you show me where this is mentioned in the documentation? I’d like to 
make sure you’re doing it correctly.

Thanks
-Vincent

 So, It's not a
 extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be something with
 the Database and javascript.
  
 Should I start a bug report on Jira?
  
 Thank you very much.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-11 Thread Marius Dumitru Florea
On Jul 8, 2014 9:12 PM, Leonardo Kodato leonardokod...@gmail.com wrote:

 UPDATE:

 I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the problem
 persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
 Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background shows
up
 and there is nothing I can do.

 One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
 and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
 logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.

 Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to start
 the update proccess as recommended in the documentation.

 So, It's not a
 extension problem or a file problem, I think.

You just deleted the extension index, but the extension wiki pages are
still in the database (if you installed any extension).

 It seems to be something with
 the Database and javascript.

If it's JavaScript then try to disable it from your browser (it's a hidden
option these days..) and see if the wiki pages are loaded (at least) fine.


 Should I start a bug report on Jira?

We need to determine if the problem is in the default XWiki distribution or
in a third-party extension that you have installed.


 Thank you very much.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Display problem: gray background

2014-07-08 Thread Leonardo Kodato
UPDATE:

I tried to update Xwiki to the last super stable version, but the problem
persists. It loads the new version and tries to display the Distribution
Wizard to start the upgrade proccess, but then the gray background shows up
and there is nothing I can do.

One thing to note is that some users can see their spaces, but the Admin
and the others can not. The guest visitor also can see the register and
logon page. So, I suspect that is something related to just one space.

Another thing I've noticed is that I've deleted the xwiki folder to start
the update proccess as recommended in the documentation. So, It's not a
extension problem or a file problem, I think. It seems to be something with
the Database and javascript.

Should I start a bug report on Jira?

Thank you very much.
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