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Unable to edit existing calendar entries
16th April 2019
9:56 am
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Hi guys,
I can add events to the calendar and they show up on the front-end all ok. When I go to the back end to edit / update the event, double clicking on the event simply goes to 'Add a new event'. I can't see any other way to edit the event.

Please help!

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Rich.

16th April 2019
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Hi Rich.
What browser are you using - it's worked fine in Chrome for years!

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16th April 2019
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Hi Andy,

Thanks so much for the quick reply... I'm really 'into' this plugin and think it's fab! - Thanks so much for your time of development. We will be using your plugin for the congregation down here in Dorset, but I seem to have a few issues that need to be ironed out before we go live with our new website in development.

- I've used chrome for ages, must admit I've not tried another browser to do this. I'll try IE and Firefox and let you know.

Thanks Andy,

blessings,
Rich.

update: Just tried this with latest ver's of IE, Edge, Chrome and Firefox and all do the same for me, just wants to add a new event!Cry

16th April 2019
12:38 pm
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Update: Ok, I've installed the plugin to another site I use and I can edit the calendar all ok.

WEIRD!

I'll have a look at the db tables and see if I can empty / drop or re-import from the working site.

I'll get back to you... looking like a corrupt db!! Embarassed

Thanks Andy.

16th April 2019
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Hi Andy,

I've exported the table wp_church_admin_calendar_date from my working site and imported it to the site not working, but still getting 'Add Calendar item'.

Not sure where to go now...

Any advice greatly appreciated.

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Rich.

16th April 2019
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Corrupt plugin install as well as DB?

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16th April 2019
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Just downloaded the plugin (Church Admin Plugin v2.2720) and ftp'd to site.

Still same issue.

Must be corrupted db... Yell

16th April 2019
4:22 pm
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All resolved now Andy!!

I managed to export the table and import to affected site and after renaming the table!!! (<-- I forgot this last time!!!!) - All working now.

Thanks for your help and the testing continues!

Bless you.
Rich. LaughLaughLaugh

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