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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|14642||Bug reports||Statistics||public||2019-03-13 10:46||2019-11-26 18:05|
|Summary||14642: Excel export not working (error 500)|
Issue 14324 was closed as a "server configuration problem" (I could not comment there). This is not fully true. We have this problem, too. We can on our host not simply randomly change PHP setiings as this would break big setups of TYPO3, Piwik and other installations running on the same server under several hundred domains (plus subdomains).
Not all LimeSurvey installations are running on a dedicated "LimeServer root server" with a dedicated domain.
In the other ticket it's also stated that LimeSurvey does not use any "external" (relative to the LimeSurvey directory) packages. then I wonder why the include_path is of any relevance here at all!? If the Excel export works just "out-of-the-LimeSurvey-box" than still requiring specific include_path is a bug.
Adjusting the server configuration or using set_include_path('.') (what we used) can be seen as a setup-sepcific workaround, but not as a fix to the underlaying problem of LimeSurvey.
If LimeSurvey would require it's PHP dependencies cleanly via composer, use proper/centralised autoloading and wouldn't have harcoded system paths in its code base this issue would be solved with server configuration.
|Steps To Reproduce|
Export statistics to Excel.
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|Complete LimeSurvey version number (& build)||3.16.0+190225|
|I will donate to the project if issue is resolved||No|
|Database & DB-Version||MySQL 5.6|
|Server OS (if known)|
|Webserver software & version (if known)|
Sorry, last senctence should end with "...solved WITHOUT server configuration."
Putting <code php>set_include_path('.');</code> in config.php like suggested in 14324 breaks the command line interface! So this can not be considered a fix at all, not even a local hotfix.
If the error is about + open_base_dir : it was a server issue :
It's YOUR issue …
My current fix for such SERVER issue in limesurvey are
But : if YOUR server admin disable usage of set_include_path … and ini_set : change your server admin : it's a dumb …
Because it's NOT limesurvey include path : you can choose to use another lib here … the auto loader is done for this .
Hey @foobar1234, any updates? Is this still an issue? :)
|2019-03-13 10:46||foobar1234||New Issue|
|2019-03-13 10:50||foobar1234||Note Added: 50943|
|2019-03-26 08:29||foobar1234||Note Added: 51122|
|2019-03-26 09:35||DenisChenu||Note Added: 51124|
|2019-03-26 09:37||DenisChenu||Note Edited: 51124||View Revisions|
|2019-11-26 18:04||cdorin||Note Added: 54806|
|2019-11-26 18:05||cdorin||Assigned To||=> cdorin|
|2019-11-26 18:05||cdorin||Status||new => feedback|