[joomla] menus disappeared - help

Laura Gordon li_gordon at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 18 18:16:26 EDT 2009


Ok...now everything is fine...I haven't done a thing...I guess that is the easiest approach...

thanks for everyone's ideas...

-- Laura

 
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From: Gary Mort <garyamort at gmail.com>
To: NYPHP SIG: Joomla <joomla at lists.nyphp.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 5:27:31 PM
Subject: Re: [joomla] menus disappeared - help

Look for a single quote in one of the text fields of the menu's.  Chances are that it is blocking that query.

Quickest solution is to export all tables relating to menu's to CSV files and do a global find for the single quote and the semi colon charector.  If you find those, manually edit those records and remove them.

Shotgun approach to solving the problem.

Or take a blunderbus approach, export all the menu tables to CSV files and then truncate/delete all the records and create a new menu with only one item, then try loading that new menu.  If THAT works than you know for 99% sure the issue is corruption in the database and you can import the data back in line by line till you find the break[there should not be TOO many menu items].

Third solution, enable a different template not from yoo-templates and see if that works.  It is also within the realm of possibility that there is something funky in their javascript/css menu drop down effects that is causing the problem. 


On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Donna Marie Vincent <donnamarievincent at yahoo.com> wrote:

Yeah, I'm using a Yootheme template also.  I think it has something to do with that.
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>Yootheme...blueprint.
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>www.apc-ai2.com
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>-- Laura
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>The same thing happened to me yesterday on a brand new dev site I set up.  What template are you using?
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From: Laura Gordon <li_gordon at yahoo.com>
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>Subject: [joomla] menus disappeared - help
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>Hi all,
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>I hate to do this, but I am desperate...
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>Initially I had a client on 1.5.11 (I know bad)...
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>the only component running on this system is Ambra Subscriptions, it is a pretty clean system.
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>Today, when no one was doing anything, the menus just disappeared...
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>Backend:
>Menu manager --> no menus listed
>module and plugin manager ---> items are listed, but the published/enabled column is blank
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>Database:
>The menu records are THERE, and they look fine (published, etc...)
>The module records are there and they look fine
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>I upgraded from 1.5.11 ---> 1.5.14 and still no luck.
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>Any ideas?  I really don't want to have to reinstall all of
> joomla...there must be another way...
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>Please email as my client's system is down, until I can solve this!!!
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>thanks,
>Laura
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