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paul_rand
 December 25 2004 12:53 PM (Read 3054 times)  
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I have the faqman plugin and the geekbook plugin installed on my site and are both enabled. When I go in the admin page of the faqman plugin and try to add a category it will tell me that an SQL error has occured.

From the error.log:

Sat Dec 25 18:29:43 2004 - 1142: select command denied to user: '@localhost' for table 'geekbook'. SQL in question: SELECT COUNT(*) AS count FROM gl_groups WHERE grp_id IN ()


When I disabled the geekbook plugin from the plugin editor, the faqman plugin worked well. It seems like they are clashing but I have no idea how this can be and no clue what the solution is.

How can I have them work together (both enabled)?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks.


 
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Blaine
 December 29 2004 18:47 PM  
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The error you quoted is for geekbook. I don't see how the faqman plugin would be trying to access a geekbook table. I suspect this error should occur access other non-faqman activities as well.


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paul_rand
 December 29 2004 18:56 PM  
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The error you quoted is for geekbook. I don't see how the faqman plugin would be trying to access a geekbook table. I suspect this error should occur access other non-faqman activities as well.



I have around 10 plugins installed and all work fine. It's when I installed this faqman plugin that this error was displayed.

I've no idea what the problem is since why is it accessing the geekbook table? Can it be that they use functions with same name or something like that?

And why is that command being denied?

Thanks for your help.


 
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 December 29 2004 19:08 PM  
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You will have to track down the offending SQL command and test it. I have no idea and have never installed geekbook but when was it ever last updated?


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 December 29 2004 19:12 PM  
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You will have to track down the offending SQL command and test it. I have no idea and have never installed geekbook but when was it ever last updated?



It was last updated in 2002 and is no longer being developed.


 
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