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fetchURL error after upgrade[edit]

Hello... I recently upgraded mediawiki to 1.33 and can no longer use #get_web_data. I get errors about a string being passed to Http::get() instead of an array. Even using the sample code/urls from the ExternalData wiki get the same error.

[XUNJvirhcjlnb-i73WIgxAAAA@g] /wiki/index.php?title=X&action=submit TypeError from line 98 of /myurl.com/wiki/includes/http/Http.php: Argument 2 passed to Http::get() must be of the type array, string given, called in /myurl/wiki/extensions/ExternalData/includes/ED_Utils.php on line 873

MediaWiki 1.33.0
PHP 7.1.14 (cgi-fcgi)
MySQL 5.6.41-84.1
ICU 4.2.1

Any chance someone has seen this before?

Are you using the very latest External Data code? This bug may have just been fixed a few days ago. Yaron Koren (talk) 02:25, 2 August 2019 (UTC)

Yeah. I just updated now to be sure, and am still seeing the same error. I did do a manual update from an older version of MW. Made the necessary updates to the syntax in my LocalSettings file. Perhaps I have missed something?

Are you sure you're using the latest ED code? ED_Utils.php doesn't call Http::get() any longer - it now calls HttpWithHeaders::get(). Yaron Koren (talk) 15:09, 2 August 2019 (UTC)
According to Yaron Koren's comments you need to switch that extension to the master branch. This solves the problem in my case: "MW 1.33/REL1_33" with "External Data master" Spas.Z.Spasov (talk) 21:24, 21 November 2019 (UTC).

Populating Wiki Page from CSV spreasdsheet[edit]

Hi there! SO, I run a website with a wiki. … I'm interested in having wiki pages contain an entry populated from a spreadsheet I will be hosting on my own website (Encyclopedia_Greyhawkania_DATA ONLY.csv).

As an example, I'd like it to look similar to this example page where I've manually hand-written entries from this index-spreadsheet (without calling it from the spreadsheet. It's the bit at the bottom under "Encyclopedia Greyhawkania".

I'd like to call data from the spreadsheet using the {{PAGENAMEE}} as part of the call parameter. Ideally what it'd do is use the {{PAGENAMEE}} to search ColumnA, for example, then return any row (with cells A through D) that has the {{PAGENAMEE}} in it, and have it in a table or a list of some kind.

Is there any chance I can get some help with how to call the data?

Something like this might work, if I understand the question correctly:
{{#get_web_data:url=URL goes here
 |format=csv with header
 {| class="wikitable"
 ! A
 ! B
 ! C
 ! D {{#for_external_table:<nowiki/>
 {{!}} {{{A}}}
 {{!}} {{{B}}}
 {{!}} {{{C}}}
 {{!}} {{{D}}}
Yaron Koren (talk) 17:00, 24 July 2019 (UTC)
Thank you so much Yaron Koren!!!
I used a variation of that, replacing the "! A" with just the direct title of the header (e.g. "Topic"), instead of using the parameter.
I got it to generate the table, but, with no rows below the headers. I wasn't able to make it work with using {{PAGENAMEE}}. I even tried using a different parameter (e.g. "Sulm"). It simply wasn't populating the table, but, the Extension troubleshooting section says that might've been because of the "$wgTimeOut" thingie ... so I updated that in my LocalSettings.php, and sure enough, even with up to 300 seconds, it's giving a "500 error".
Here's what I'm using, on the off chance that you might be able to help refine it more.
   |format=CSV with header
   {| class="wikitable"
   ! Topic
   ! Type
   ! Product
   ! Page/Card/Image {{#for_external_table:<nowiki/>
   {{!}} {{{A}}}
   {{!}} {{{B}}}
   {{!}} {{{C}}}
   {{!}} {{{D}}}
I don't know if you're able to help troubleshooting it, but, here's the address for the page I'm using as an example.
-IcarusATB (talk) 16:20, 25 July 2019 (UTC)
That's strange - I just tried out that exact wikitext on one of my wikis, and it worked out fine, displaying five well-formatted rows (plus the header row). Is it still not working for you? Yaron Koren (talk) 18:44, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
First, why would the behaviour of the code change on my end? I ahven't changed the code further, therefore, it's still getting the same result. That's really not "strange", at all. What it indicates, to me, is that if you're writing, testing, and checking it on your server and it works fine, there's likely something on your server that isn't on mine. Probably an extension, addon, plugin, whatever, that I don't konw to install, or something else, other than the code, that's making it behave differently.
IcarusATB (talk) 01:49, 27 July 2019 (UTC)
I thought maybe the CSV data was temporarily down or something for you, but working when I tried it. I still think it's strange. Yes, we have different setups, but I can't think of any reason why we'd be seeing these different results, assuming you're using the latest External Data code. Yaron Koren (talk) 18:04, 29 July 2019 (UTC)

Get template data from another wiki[edit]

Hello, Can I use this extension to do a semantic query from another site?

If I have a a page "Foo" on SiteA that contains a template "Foo" as:


and I want to create a page on SiteB called "Foo Status" that contains a template "Foo" as:

{{Foo|Bar= {{#get_web_data:url=SiteA |format={???}}} |}}

is this possible?

Yes - if the source wiki stores its data via either SMW or Cargo, both of those extensions provide an API of sorts to let you get query results in either CSV or JSON formats, either of which is parseable by External Data. Yaron Koren (talk) 18:46, 17 April 2019 (UTC)
Thanks, Yaron. Any chance you could point me to an SMW example of this? :-)
I can't think of one. Yaron Koren (talk) 02:18, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

prerequisites for getting LDAP data[edit]


I'm trying to use the #get_ldap_data: function of "External Data" to get LDAP attributes about my users and I'm getting the following error:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function ldap_connect() in /opt/htdocs/mediawiki/extensions/ExternalData/ED_Utils.php on line 136

A quick "grep -R ldap_connect" in the "extensions/External Data" folder shows only a use-call to ldap_connect and nothing anywhere actually defining it.

A quick search online of "ldap_connect" seems to indicate that it is defined in the PHP module "PHP-LDAP"

A quick inspection of my phpinfo() page shows that the php-ldap module is not loaded.

Before I install the php-ldap module on my system, can someone confirm that php-ldap is indeed a pre-requisite for the #get_ldap_data: function of "External Data" to work.

Poor man's Sync from WikiA to WikiB[edit]


Can I use this extension as a real-time clone of a page in one wiki to another?

For example, Mediawiki Site A has a page called "Foo" with arbitrary text.

Can I create a page called "Foo" on another wiki that contains something like:


and functionally get a copy of the page Foo on Site A?

Well, I'm pretty you can get the right wikitext - after all, a single piece of text is valid CSV. Whether it'll display correctly is a different story - template calls won't work, for instance, unless you have a local copy of those templates. It's probably easier to just do an iframe, using one of the iframe-supporting extensions, with "action=render" on the source URL to leave out the skin. Yaron Koren (talk) 02:25, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

Nested SQL functions throw a rdbms error[edit]

ExternalData (rdbms error with nested sql commands).png
Per an email with Yoren, "There's no special handling of replace() or any other commands."
This would lead me to think the below syntax should work... but it does not.
Does anyone have any suggestions or corrections to the code I'm trying to get working? Much appreciated if you do.

Unable to perform nested SQL REPLACE functions[edit]

I am attempting to query data from a local database, but need to replace 3 different characters with alternatives that won't trigger mediawiki parsing of the result. No matter the format I have tried, I receive the error pictured to the right when trying to display the page.

This snippet works, but only replaces one of the three characters necessary:

|data=zoneNAME=replace(zone_settings.name,'_',' ')

I need the below SQL code to work, but it creates a parse error whenever run inside a mediawiki page:

|data=zoneNAME=replace(replace(replace(zone_settings.name,'_',' '), '[','('), ']',')')

or with html codes in place of characters:

|data=zoneNAME=replace(replace(replace(zone_settings.name,'_',' '), &#91;,&#40;), &#93;,&#41;)

and in any combination of the character/html code I could think of. I even tried variations using the mediawiki replace command like this:

|data=zoneNAME={{#replace:{{#replace:(replace(zone_settings.name,'_',' ')|&#91;|&#40;}}|&#93;|&#41;}}


|data=zoneNAME={{#replace:{{#replace:(replace(zone_settings.name,'_',' ')|<nowiki>[</nowiki>|<nowiki>(</nowiki>}}|<nowiki>]</nowiki>|<nowiki>)</nowiki>}}

Same error, different SQL commands[edit]

In a very similar usage scenario, I would like to capitalize the first letter of the string returned, and make sure the rest of the letters are lowercase. Unfortunately, I must also replace all '_' with a space, as in my above issue. Each of these examples works separately, but once they are nested together, I get the same error as in my image above:

|data=itemNAME=REPLACE(item_basic.name,'_',' ')

Once nested, in any combination, the same error as above is shown:

|data=itemNAME=REPLACE(UCASE(item_basic.name),'_',' ')

Eventually, this is the SQL I would like run, but if it's too much for the extension I will work on finding a different solution:

CONCAT(UCASE(LEFT(item_basic.name, 1)), LCASE(SUBSTRING(item_basic.name, 2)))



Thanks for any help provided!

Get nested JSON data[edit]

If an API returns a non-flat JSON structure, it seems like it's not possible to access the deeper data. Or is it? Sophivorus (talk) 03:27, 28 June 2019 (UTC)

Add http headers to get_web_data[edit]

We need to get data from API with authentication header, produced dynamically. I have read this answer, which not helping - this is not soap API.

To solve it, I inserted hook mechanism into the get_web_data logic, so I can alter data before request. But now I have other problem - Http class have no way to add headers to the request. I needed to extends it just for this need. (And to redeclare also its get() and post() methods, because the origin uses Http::request instead of self::request)

So the full solution patch is here in gerrit - allowing hook the call ($url and $options passing by ref) and inserting additional headers by $options['headers']. I think that the HttpWithHeaders class is overkill - this feature would be better in the core Http class - but that's for start.

Getting file data from UNC path?[edit]

Hello, this is working great for with local files, but I would to use a json file stored on a network drive. I have tried using a mapped drive (which I did not expect to work anyway) but I had hoped i could access via \\domain\sharedfolder\file.json defined in LocalSettings. I tried with both forward and backward slashes, but always get Error: No file found. I hope I am just doing something syntactically wrong. I appreciate the help!

I don't know - the key is that the server can access that path, not just your computer. Could that be the issue? Yaron Koren (talk) 19:22, 6 August 2019 (UTC)

Yes, it is accessible from the server. Is there a particular syntax to use for UNC paths? Thank you!

I don't know - External Data is using the PHP file_get_contents() function, so based on what it says here, the path you entered should work. Yaron Koren (talk) 17:28, 7 August 2019 (UTC)

Stale cache[edit]

If {{#get_web_data:}} manages to fetch data, and then, when the cache expires, the data source is gone, will the function return the stale data from the cache?

What about "Stored Procedures" in SQL systems.[edit]

Hello. There is SQL application on my network I'm trying to get data from using "Extension:External Data" and the SQL app owner has told me that they can make a "Stored Procedure" available to me rather than grant me "read" access to the SQL database itself.. Can someone shed some light on how this could be done using this extension? What should I ask for? Are SQL "Stored Procedures" the SQL implementation of SOAP? Can someone please offer some insight on how to do this if it's possible at all. Thanks!

You can do it - you just need to create a "mini-API", i.e. a script in some language like PHP or anything else, that calls that stored procedure, possibly passing in to it some values from the query string, and then output the results on the screen in CSV or JSON. External Data can then access that API via #get_web_data, and make use of the results. Yaron Koren (talk) 13:23, 6 September 2019 (UTC)
Thanks, Yaron. I'll pursue this approach.

Use to populate a template in a for loop?[edit]

First off, amazing work on this plugin. I really like it! However, would it be at all possible to use the #for_external_table or similar to populate a template? I.e something like:

| field 1 = {{{fieldvalue}}}
| field 2 = {{{fieldvalue2}}}

That would totally make my day. I run an RPG system where it's handy to have information in a database for the various apps that access it (rather than scraping from the wiki) and this would certainly save on queries per page load for those pages that list skills or objects.

I'm glad you like it! Yes, you can do that using #display_external_table. Yaron Koren (talk) 00:34, 22 September 2019 (UTC)

Argh how did I miss that XD Thank you!


Just to let you know:

  • MediaWiki: 1.33.0
  • PHP: 7.3.10
  • External Data: 1.9.1
TypeError from line 98 of /w/includes/http/Http.php: Argument 2 passed to Http::get() must be of the type array, string given, called in /w/extensions/ExternalData/includes/ED_Utils.php on line 873


#0 /w/extensions/ExternalData/includes/ED_Utils.php(873): Http::get(string, string, array)
#1 /w/extensions/ExternalData/includes/ED_Utils.php(976): EDUtils::fetchURL(string, string, integer)
#2 /w/extensions/ExternalData/includes/ED_ParserFunctions.php(133): EDUtils::getDataFromURL(string, string, array, string, integer, integer)
#3 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(3528): EDParserFunctions::doGetWebData(Parser, string, string, string)
#4 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(3235): Parser->callParserFunction(PPTemplateFrame_DOM, string, array)
#5 /w/includes/parser/Preprocessor_DOM.php(1285): Parser->braceSubstitution(array, PPTemplateFrame_DOM)
#6 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(3409): PPFrame_DOM->expand(DOMElement)
#7 /w/includes/parser/Preprocessor_DOM.php(1285): Parser->braceSubstitution(array, PPFrame_DOM)
#8 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(3049): PPFrame_DOM->expand(DOMElement, integer)
#9 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(1359): Parser->replaceVariables(string)
#10 /w/includes/parser/Parser.php(491): Parser->internalParse(string)
#11 /w/extensions/PageForms/specials/PF_RunQuery.php(98): Parser->parse(string, Title, ParserOptions, boolean, boolean)
#12 /w/extensions/PageForms/specials/PF_RunQuery.php(26): PFRunQuery->printPage(string, boolean)
#13 /w/includes/specialpage/SpecialPage.php(569): PFRunQuery->execute(string)
#14 /w/includes/specialpage/SpecialPageFactory.php(558): SpecialPage->run(string)
#15 /w/includes/MediaWiki.php(288): MediaWiki\Special\SpecialPageFactory->executePath(Title, RequestContext)
#16 /w/includes/MediaWiki.php(865): MediaWiki->performRequest()
#17 /w/includes/MediaWiki.php(515): MediaWiki->main()
#18 /w/index.php(42): MediaWiki->run()
#19 {main}

Jaider msg 14:48, 5 October 2019 (UTC)

Sorry, External Data is well overdue for a new version. This problem may have been fixed already - could you try running the latest External Data code to see if the problem is still there? Yaron Koren (talk) 17:16, 6 October 2019 (UTC)
Yes, I have just checked out master now and I confirm it is fixed. Thanks. Jaider msg 17:35, 6 October 2019 (UTC)
Great. And I'll try to release a new version soon. Yaron Koren (talk) 01:21, 7 October 2019 (UTC)

MW Version 1.33.1 Upgrade[edit]


I too have just attempted to upgrade from 1.27.5 to 1.33.1 of Mediawiki. I rely heavily on ExternalData (Using development Master after 1.33.1, have tried REL_1.33 too) to populate my pages and would like to get my site back up and running.

As an example, when I use a page that has a MYSQL (Version 5.6.22) running on Apache (Version 2.4) and PHP (Version 7.2.21) I get overlapping trace backs on the page. Below is the listing from the Apache log file.

I am not sure how to provide the relevant information to debug.

Any suggestions?



more MW.log [218636] PHP Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /.../mediawiki/1.33.1/includes/libs/rdbms/database/Database.php on line 304, referer: .../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=Special%3ARunQuery%2FSystem+Table&returntoquery=pfRunQueryFormName%3DSystem%2BTable%26System_Table%255BApproach%255D%3DStandard%26System_Table%255BPlayer%255D%3DAnyone%26System_Table%255BPartner%255D%3DAnyone%26wpRunQuery%3DDisplay%2BSystems%26pf_free_text%3D [239131] PHP Stack trace:, referer: .../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=Special%3ARunQuery%2FSystem+Table&returntoquery=pfRunQueryFormName%3DSystem%2BTable%26System_Table%255BApproach%255D%3DStandard%26System_Table%255BPlayer%255D%3DAnyone%26System_Table%255BPartner%255D%3DAnyone%26wpRunQuery%3DDisplay%2BSystems%26pf_free_text%3D [239167] PHP 1. {main}() /.../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php:0, referer: .../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=Special%3ARunQuery%2FSystem+Table&returntoquery=pfRunQueryFormName%3DSystem%2BTable%26System_Table%255BApproach%255D%3DStandard%26System_Table%255BPlayer%255D%3DAnyone%26System_Table%255BPartner%255D%3DAnyone%26wpRunQuery%3DDisplay%2BSystems%26pf_free_text%3D [239186] PHP 2. MediaWiki->run() /.../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php:42, referer: .../mediawiki/1.33.1/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=Special%3ARunQuery%2FSystem+Table&returntoquery=pfRunQueryFormName%3DSystem%2BTable%26System_Table%255BApproach%255D%3DStandard%26System_Table%255BPlayer%255D%3DAnyone%26System_Table%255BPartner%255D%3DAnyone%26wpRunQuery%3DDisplay%2BSystems%26pf_free_text%3D

[removed the rest]

I think that's just a single error message ("A non-numeric value encountered"). What code do you have on on line 304 of /includes/libs/rdbms/database/Database.php? Yaron Koren (talk) 14:27, 14 October 2019 (UTC)

Hi Yaron, Here is what I see from the standard MW 1.33.1 installation: 304: if ( $this->flags & self::DBO_DEFAULT )

Here is a bit longer code snippet:

        * @note exceptions for missing libraries/drivers should be thrown in initConnection()
        * @param array $params Parameters passed from Database::factory()
       protected function __construct( array $params ) {
               foreach ( [ 'host', 'user', 'password', 'dbname', 'schema', 'tablePrefix' ] as $name ) {
                       $this->connectionParams[$name] = $params[$name];
               $this->cliMode = $params['cliMode'];
               // Agent name is added to SQL queries in a comment, so make sure it can't break out
               $this->agent = str_replace( '/', '-', $params['agent'] );
               $this->flags = $params['flags'];

304: if ( $this->flags & self::DBO_DEFAULT ) {

                       if ( $this->cliMode ) {
                               $this->flags &= ~self::DBO_TRX;
                       } else {
                               $this->flags |= self::DBO_TRX;
               // Disregard deprecated DBO_IGNORE flag (T189999)
               $this->flags &= ~self::DBO_IGNORE;
               $this->sessionVars = $params['variables'];
               $this->srvCache = $params['srvCache'] ?? new HashBagOStuff();
               $this->profiler = is_callable( $params['profiler'] ) ? $params['profiler'] : null;
               $this->trxProfiler = $params['trxProfiler'];
               $this->connLogger = $params['connLogger'];
               $this->queryLogger = $params['queryLogger'];
               $this->errorLogger = $params['errorLogger'];
               $this->deprecationLogger = $params['deprecationLogger'];
               if ( isset( $params['nonNativeInsertSelectBatchSize'] ) ) {
                       $this->nonNativeInsertSelectBatchSize = $params['nonNativeInsertSelectBatchSize'];
               // Set initial dummy domain until open() sets the final DB/prefix
               $this->currentDomain = new DatabaseDomain(
                       $params['dbname'] !=  ? $params['dbname'] : null,
                       $params['schema'] !=  ? $params['schema'] : null,

Hope that helps and let me know if you need anything else.

Thanks again


Okay, thanks. Are you modifying the value of $edgDBFlags in your LocalSettings.php file? Yaron Koren (talk) 16:47, 15 October 2019 (UTC)

-- Aha. Yes I am

$edgDBFlags['bdb'] = "DBO_DEFAULT";

Should I remove this statement?



Hi Yaron,

Removing this statement seems to fix this problem!

I have different problems now, but at first glance, I am back in business for the most part.



Great! That particular statement looks unnecessary (DBO_DEFAULT is already the default), though if you do want to have it, I think you should remove the quotes around DBO_DEFAULT. Yaron Koren (talk) 19:31, 15 October 2019 (UTC)

TAB delimited CSV files[edit]

I have a TAB delimited text data file on my server that I have configured the "External Data" extension to be able to read.

I have proven that the |delimiter= argument works with |format=csv by replacing all my tab literals with the @ char such that |format=csv|delimiter=@ actually works well.

My question is: how can I express a TAB as a delimiter? as that is the way the data file is being generated.

Thank you! /Rich

That's a good question, and I'm surprised that this never came up before, given that TSV (tab-separated values) is a somewhat popular data format. There was no way to handle this, as far as I know - I just checked in a way to do this, so now, if you have "delimiter=\t", it will handle tabs, because the "\t" will be interpreted as an actual tab. Yaron Koren (talk) 03:04, 29 October 2019 (UTC)
Thanks, Yaron! You rock. --- Rich
Unfortunately, after manually making the changes identified in your commit [1] to my v1.8.3 version of ED, it was not successful :/ .. The affected parts of "ED_ParserFunctions.php" were identical to your commit. Any idea why this isn't working for me?
line 103 as $delimiter = str_replace( 'T', "\t", $args['delimiter'] ); works better for me. just fyi

[1] https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-extensions-ExternalData/commit/33eed80a2100c4922387da91033e799c144f4618

Sorry about that - that always seems to happen when I don't test my changes! I checked in what I think is a fix for this. Yaron Koren (talk) 18:35, 29 October 2019 (UTC)
Hi Yaron, apart from the doGetWebData function, could you also make the change within the doGetFileData function? Thanks! --Platinops (talk) 18:02, 3 December 2019 (UTC)
Good idea - I think I forgot about #get_file_data... I just checked in that change. Yaron Koren (talk) 14:39, 4 December 2019 (UTC)

#get_web_data question[edit]

What am I doing wrong?

My wiki page isn't passing data to my php page via POST process.

Here's the code in the page itself: {{

  1. get_web_data:

|url=ht*tp://localhost/experiments/program_title_count.php |format=CSV |post data=office=03809 |data=title=1,titleCount=2 |cache seconds=0.05 }}

Title Count {{#for_external_table:
{{{title}}} {{{titleCount}}}


And here's the code in "program_title_count.php" that is supposed to get the POSTed data:

$whichOffice = $_POST["office"];



$whichOffice = "03808";


$query1 = "SELECT title,COUNT(*) AS titleCount

FROM list_personnel INNER JOIN affiliation_program ON list_personnel.id_list_personnel = affiliation_program.id_list_personnel

WHERE program_number = '$whichOffice'

GROUP BY title";

It runs the query, but uses the default value for $whichOffice (03808) rather than "03809". What am I missing? Sorry, I'm not an IT professional; please forgive me if I'm missing something obvious.

What versions of External Data and MediaWiki are you running? Yaron Koren (talk) 18:48, 15 November 2019 (UTC)

Lua modules[edit]

Hi. Is there a way to use this extension through a Scribunto module? I would like to get the raw file and use my own functions to process it. Tinker Bell (talk) 23:47, 1 December 2019 (UTC)

Not entirely sure what you mean here, but this details how to call parser functions from modules: Extension:Scribunto/Lua reference manual#frame:callParserFunction DSquirrelGM𝓣𝓟𝓒 00:12, 2 December 2019 (UTC)
No, DSquirrelGM, I just want to get a JSON file from a webserver, and process it with a function I wrote in Lua. And using callParserFunction won't work because it only generates a strip marker that can't be used by Scribunto. Tinker Bell (talk) 06:25, 6 December 2019 (UTC)

Can I use this extension to upload CSV/xml files and have mediawiki turn them to wiki tables?[edit]

Hi, unfortunately the example you provide in the extension is not working. Will this extension allow me to convert an uploaded CSV file in my mediawiki to a wiki table that can be used in a page? Thanks MavropaliasG (talk) 15:11, 2 December 2019 (UTC)

Hello, MavropaliasG, your code works as it is expected. I've tested it on my private wiki, here is the result: https://i.stack.imgur.com/EOhqG.png IMO, the problem in your case is the version of Extension:ExternalData, try to use the master branch, instead of REL1_33 for the extension. This solves the very similar problem with my MW 1.33. Regards. Spas.Z.Spasov (talk) 15:38, 2 December 2019 (UTC)

Hi thanks for the reply. I was talking about the example given on the extension page in that box (under download). It links to a mediawiki which returns an error. Anyway I wanted to know if this extension allow me to convert an uploaded CSV file in my mediawiki to a wiki table that can be used in a page? Thank you MavropaliasG (talk) 15:53, 2 December 2019 (UTC)

Yes. The error you're seeing on discoursedb.org is due to a temporary bug in another extension. Yaron Koren (talk) 17:13, 2 December 2019 (UTC)