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Error? adding new Places

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aaronvonawesome

Hello,

I'm having an odd issue when adding new "Places" to my TNG site.

So, brand new install (maybe a month old), version 11.1.2.

I try "Places" --> "Add New"

Then I enter the "Place" and click "Show/hide clickable map" to get my Latitude and Longitude.  I give it a "Place Level" (usually "Address"), then add some notes.

Upon hitting "Save" I get a blank frame as seen in the attached screenshot.

The place gets added, because it shows up after I click the "Places" link in the left menu.

However, I'm wondering if something else might be wrong?

I guess I'm expecting a confirmation that the place has been added...

Are others getting this behavior when added a new "Place"?

Regards,

Aaron von Awesome

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Merv

Hi,

I just checked and got a confirmation message (highlighted).

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aaronvonawesome

Merv,

Thanks for the reply - I see you're on 10.1.1 - I'm on 11.1.2.  Not sure how different the code for that page might be between versions.  At least I know what to expect - I'll keep digging :)

-Aaron von Awesome

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aaronvonawesome

Looks like I'm getting a 500 Internal Server Error on that page (see screenshot):

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I tried changing the permissions to rwxr-xr-x on that page (admin_addplace.php), but I still get the same issue.

I'm not sure if there might be an issue with the PHP code or not (admin_addplace.php)?  Unfortunately, I've not fiddled enough with php to know if the syntax is incorrect :-\  I tried uncommenting the line of code below that was in the "admin_addplace.php", but no change.

//inculde("getlang.php");

Anyone have any ideas?

Regards,

Aaron von Awesome

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aaronvonawesome

I've solved this! :)

For those who might experience the same issue, turns out I had missed installing the php7.0-xml libraries on my server.

To resolve (on a Linux server), open a terminal and run the following command:

sudo apt-get install php7.0-xml

Regards,

Aaron von Awesome

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