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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by bmalik » 05 Jul 2018, 22:52

Hi all,

I'm glad I found this post. I've backed up the lib and vendor directories, downloaded root.zip and replaced the lib and vendor directories with the contents of root.zip. However, the pages stopped building and looking at /var/log/httpd/error_log, I see this:

[Thu Jul 05 17:21:33.451705 2018] [:error] [pid 25277] [client x.x.x.x:34052] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function mb_strlen() in /var/www/html/lib/MRU.php on line 143, referer: http://xxxxx... /index.php?m=home

I did a diff on the new MRU.php and the original one, and they are the same. No changes in the original and new file that contains the mb_strlen function (lib/phpmailer/class.phpmailer.php) either.

Any ideas?

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by bmalik » 06 Jul 2018, 02:50

Haven't been able to figure out why all the pages started erroring out after I replaced vendor and lib in the root directory with the two folders that were in root.zip. I noticed there is a vendor subfolder under lib that was in root.zip. Just wanted to make sure that's how it supposed to be.

Originally:
/lib
/vendor

In root.zip, there is a vendor subfolder under lib, along with a separate vendor folder at the same level as lib:
/lib/vendor
/vendor

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by bmalik » 06 Jul 2018, 17:03

I went to a previous post in this thread and got the following file:

https://nofile.io/f/gq0FAGQGfca/lib.zip

and copied the contents of it to the original lib directory from 0.9.4-2 installation. To test, I attached a resume to an existing candidate, did a "Search Candidates" with Resume Keywords and it worked.

However, IT TOOK FOREVER to bring up results. Will have to look at table indexes to figure out what's going on. Has anyone experienced similar slowness?

When adding a new candidate (Add Candidate), is the "Import Resume" feature supposed to work with the updated lib folder? It's not working for me.

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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by RussH » 25 Sep 2018, 13:26

Hi everyone in this thread - if you're able to document how to install and use this then I'll add it to the 'optional updates section' in the next release. Seems quite hit 'n miss from the descriptions so far :-(

Is this just replacing indexing fulltext indexing when searching for a resume (C.V) keyword, so that searchd / pdf2text etc etc aren't required?

So just a replacement and not new functionality?
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Re: Shared Hosting CV Parser

Post by dveos » 06 Oct 2018, 22:43

Hi, I will re upload these files with instructions in next couple of days.

It simply replaces the need for antiword etc.

Ideal for shared hosting users :)

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