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4 years 4 months ago #87332 by donidiotogrande
Hi all!

Not sure if this is the right forum category so please move if I'm wrong!
It seems I've gotten most of it to work, however, I'm not able to view text responses in the statistics output. In the first installation they wouldn't show up in the PDF output but I was able to browse in html output.
After some thoughts I realized that my server was too weak so I fresh installed a machine with debian (as before) and postgresql (instead of mysql) and with a bit newer limesurvey version, and after some work I got things to work, but now there are no text responses even in the html output. I can see the Browse button and some sort of field under it, but its empty.. I can, however, see them in the raw response output.
Can this be related to the language I'm using for the survey, swedish (i think I chose english as default language for the limesurvey installation) or is there some package I have missed to install...?

All suggestions are greatly appreciated!

Regards
DIG

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4 years 3 months ago #87490 by donidiotogrande
Please tell if there is some more info I should provide!
I have now upgraded from build 20121019 to 20121025, but no difference unfortunately.
Can there be a problem with the rights? I noted that tcpdf needed to have the cache directory writeable to be able to produce the pdf output... is there any more directories or files to be cautious about? The /upload and /tmp directories with all its files and subdirectories are 777. The rest of the content is 755 for dirs and 744 for files (except the cache directory). User and group is me.

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4 years 3 months ago #87491 by donidiotogrande
I found this bug report that states fixed, could it bee related?

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4 years 3 months ago #87519 by DenisChenu

donidiotogrande wrote: I found this bug report that states fixed, could it bee related?

The number of the bug report are not in your message, please put it here.

Denis

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4 years 3 months ago #87521 by donidiotogrande
Oups, must have forgotten the link :) Here it is (number is 6615)
bugs.limesurvey.org/view.php?id=6615

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4 years 3 months ago #87925 by donidiotogrande
hmm... since no one else seems to have had this problem I guess I've missed something fundamental.. what is the normal way to get out statistics with with the text responses included?

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4 years 3 months ago #88504 by donidiotogrande
Anyone? :'(

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4 years 3 months ago #88519 by DenisChenu
The last commit are today, then think it wads fixed for the next release.

Denis

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4 years 3 months ago #88539 by donidiotogrande
That's really great news denis! Thank you! Waiting eagerly :)

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4 years 2 months ago #89458 by donidiotogrande
Wohoo! Finaly! :) The last build (121127) fixed it (121117 didn't help though) so now the text responses are back in the html output. However, the pdf output is still missing them.. (and always has) Is it possible to track down that bug based on what was fixed with the html output?

Can someone give me a hint on where the gathering of data for the pdf build is done, and maby even a short principal descrition on how the parts work together (just verry conseptual and basic) maby I can have a look my self. Fear that getting into the whole thing from the bottom by myself is not really realistic..

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