Extension talk:Plexcel

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Will this also work on IIS? --Slamlander 06:52, 8 September 2007 (UTC)

Not unless IIS runs on Linux or FreeBSD ;-> See the Requirements section in the Plexcel Operator's Manual for the latest. --Miallen 01:56, 29 September 2007 (UTC)

--phosphor 11:24, 30 Januaru 2009 Hello I just tried setting this up and i get the bellow error, "Fatal error: Call to undefined function plexcel_log() in /var/lib/mediawiki1.7/extensions/PlexcelAuth/PlexcelAuth.php on line 68"

I have followed these instructions $ wget http://www.ioplex.com/d/plexcel-mediawiki-3.2.1.tar.gz $ tar -xvzf plexcel-mediawiki-3.2.1.tar.gz $ cp -a plexcel-mediawiki-3.2.1/PlexcelAuth mediawiki-1.11.1/extensions Modifying LocalSettings.php To activate the Plexcel MediaWiki plugin, add the following to the end of the MediaWiki LocalSettings.php file: require_once('extensions/PlexcelAuth/

When looking in PlexcelAuth.php I cant find the function plexcel_log

Any Sugestions

--Miallen 19:33, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

phosphor - It sounds like you did not install the Plexcel PHP extension. See the Plexcel Operator's Manual for detailed installation instructions.

If anyone has questions or problems with this extension please contact IOPLEX Software support. We do not actively monitor this page.

Disclaimer removed[edit]

I removed the disclaimer. However, you might want to consider putting an upgrade notice in place or an attention getting explanation of your change in policy: the disclaimer was there as much for your own protection as MediaWiki's. The change you've made is a bit subtle (but definitely the right thing). Most people who aren't security experts still associate the word "ACL" with file permissions more than directory and resource permissions. I'm worried about users of older versions believing that they have more secure systems than they do and then blaming you when something goes wrong. Increasing corporate interest in MediaWiki as an in-house system also means more execs that like to use the courts to blame others for their problems (though I'm actually more concerned about Joe the dentist who thought he could use MediaWiki on his office LAN instead of a proper billing system). Egfrank 04:12, 21 September 2007 (UTC)