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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002114||OXID eShop (all versions)||1.02. Price calculations (discounts, coupons, additional costs etc.)||public||2010-09-19 21:37||2015-05-04 14:15|
|Product Version||4.4.2 revision 29492|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||4.5.3 revision 39087|
|Summary||0002114: Error message missing if /export/ is not writable|
|Description||Coupon series are generated to the folder /export/ which is not checked if it is writable during the installation process.|
- check for /export/ is writable in installation or
- post an appropriate error message while generating the coupons.
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Don't get what "works properly" means in this manner: Do you mean, an exception is thrown and you got an error message although the folder is not writable?
Could reproduce it now with generic article export (services). On my Debian based machine, /export/ is not writable. The bug is that no error message appears. As soon as I set $ chmod 777 export everything works smoothly.
It doesn't make sense to check if this folder is writable in sysrequirements check. Simply an error should appear that tells you what is going on.
Should really be part of system-health check!
Just spent quite some time trying to find out whats wrong. Coupon-generation needs write-access to this directory, even if you dont click "export": oxid ties to create a file named dynexport.txt and if that fails, no coupons are generated without any warning or error-message.
||removed unnecessary file creation|