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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by ChristopherM » 17 Jan 2018, 16:24

Thank you dveos but I cannot locate the Installation Folder. I can find a file called "INSTALL_BLOCK". Should I unzip your file there or if not could you provide a little more help in locating the Folder as I am not highly computer literate.

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by dveos » 22 Jan 2018, 23:33

Hi, sorry for the late reply.

If you unpack / unzip the file in the folder that the "Install_block" file is located it should work as expected.

Hope you manage to get it sorted :)

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by ChristopherM » 23 Jan 2018, 15:55

Thank you so much devos. I have installed this and it works brilliantly.

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by caines1989 » 08 Jun 2018, 23:33

caines1989 wrote:
23 Jul 2017, 13:35
Also trying to add a CV i get this error


Fatal error: Class 'Smalot\PdfParser\Parser' not found in /homepages/31/d681928530/htdocs/home/lib/DocumentReader.php on line 125

do you guys know what to add or change here?
hey guys i just updated my opencats to 9.0.4-2 and im getting this error again?any help would be awesome and i also tried my workaround before, but im not having any luck

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by caines1989 » 10 Jun 2018, 22:25

dveos wrote:
25 Jul 2017, 15:01
Forgot to add, I come across that parser error previously will check what I done to solve
hey dude can you remember this by any chance as im stuck on this? :S

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by dveos » 11 Jun 2018, 22:14

Hello, did you do a complete new install or just upload/upgrade the new source files?

WIthout seeing your install I think you may need to reupload the smalot pdf parser to this directory:- smalot/pdfparser/parser

Also, another thing to note - if you did upgrade you may have overwritten the patch given in the original upload. If this is the case, you would need to check differences between the files and manually add in the changes. * I haven't upgraded tbh as I've gone off the beaten track a bit with a complete custom version

Hope you get it sorted - let me know how u get on :)

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by caines1989 » 11 Jun 2018, 22:45

dveos wrote:
11 Jun 2018, 22:14
Hello, did you do a complete new install or just upload/upgrade the new source files?

WIthout seeing your install I think you may need to reupload the smalot pdf parser to this directory:- smalot/pdfparser/parser

Also, another thing to note - if you did upgrade you may have overwritten the patch given in the original upload. If this is the case, you would need to check differences between the files and manually add in the changes. * I haven't upgraded tbh as I've gone off the beaten track a bit with a complete custom version

Hope you get it sorted - let me know how u get on :)
hey man thanks for coming back to me, i just did the install/upgrade, as i had the attachments of cv's and the mysql database backup file's

so how i did it was, i already had a backup from GUI version, so put this file into the restore folder,

also put the complete opencats directory on the host,

then i created a new database and put my backup mysql file onto it, and then i deleted the install block file from the directory and started the database install,

i did also then start the install upgrade(recommended) side of things and go through the complete setup,

then i copied my attachment folder backup, to the new database as a merge and paste.

last but not least, i then downloaded your Lib folder, merge and pasted it over my existing lib folder, which gives me the error.
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talking about re uploading the latest smalot parser, i did try this but didnt have luck,

and if you would like to remote see the install i would love for you to check it out when ever your free :)

p.s i did see your customization and im super jealous lol

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by dveos » 12 Jun 2018, 10:30

Hello, drop me a private message with details and I will have a look! :)

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by caines1989 » 12 Jun 2018, 11:06

dveos wrote:
12 Jun 2018, 10:30
Hello, drop me a private message with details and I will have a look! :)
thanks man i just sent them

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by caines1989 » 13 Jun 2018, 15:35

Hey Everyone, Dveos helped me so much last night and this morning with the parser error i had,

due to the new update, it may have changed my files in Vendor and the lib section, so what we did was upload the original vendor and lib folder,

within these folders it already includes the smalot parser, so all you would need to do is, delete your current lib and Vendor folder on the root of your directory and replace it with this https://nofile.io/f/POha0SJRShN/root.zip

upload the file inside the home directory

then unzip it, which will unzip the lib folder and vendor folders into the home directory for you where your INSTALL.BLOCK folder was, then your all good to go,

any problems or questions please ask Dveos as he was the man to help :)

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