Nate's picture

I get this error when accessign the application in the web UI. Application partialy works:

Processmaker JS core Error:

The TRANSLATIONS global object is not loaded!

 

anyone have a fix?

 

Thanks!

 

 

 
 
 
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Jeremy Davis's picture

Or have you made some alterations/customisations?

Also have you completed the inithooks? I.e. the firstboot scripts - if you are using the Hub then they are preseeded from the WebUI (and nothing further should need to be done); otherwise you need to complete them from the commandline on firstboot after install.

Nate's picture

No alterations or customizations. Inithooks, I don't think so. I wasn't using the hub, just downloaded the vm and ran in in virtual box ( just wanting to try it out local before using aws/ec2).

can you point me to what scripts I need to run for Inithooks?

thanks for the help.

> On Mar 2, 2015, at 4:35 PM, admin@turnkeylinux.org wrote:

Nate's picture

oddly enough, .. its a firefox issue. works fine on chrome, so its prob a javascript incompatibility.

> On Mar 2, 2015, at 4:45 PM, admin@turnkeylinux.org wrote:

Jeremy Davis's picture

So within the VBox window (or a SSH session) you should be presented with questions requiring you to set your passwords etc.

Ok you're probably right. Could be an issue with (JavaScript incompatibility within) ProcessMaker itself...

Neuroblaster's picture

You need to instal java eviroments only.

and anjoy.

like here.

http://www.webupd8.org/2014/03/how-to-install-oracle-java-8-in-debian.html

I installed Java7 and ol run fine.

Bye.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Java and JavaScript are totally different things (despite the similar names). See what Java says about Java vs JavaScript.

ProcessMaker is a php application that uses JavaScript. It does not use/include any Java at all... So IMO it's purely coincidental that it now works. My guess is a settings or an addon/extension that was blocking the javascript...

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