Support » Plugin: Advanced Access Manager » [Plugin: Advanced Access Manager] Plugin Activate causes Fatal Error

  • Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Hi,

    I am not sure if this is an update issue, or a permissions issue.

    I was in a situation where I had to completely delete my site from the webserver, update everything manually on my local drive, and re-upload the entire site. I had deactivate all plugins before hand. Some permissions got messed up for other plugins but those reported those issues on a file-by-file basis. I gave the full folders and files of AAM chmod 777. AAM still will not activate.

    Are there other files that might need higher permissions set?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/advanced-access-manager/

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  • Plugin Author Vasyl Martyniuk

    (@vasyl_m)

    Hi tunagaming,
    What Fatal Error do you see?

    Regards,
    Vasyl

    “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.”

    That’s all I get.

    Plugin Author Vasyl Martyniuk

    (@vasyl_m)

    Hm,
    This sounds like “this car can not try because it can not drive” 😀
    Do you have possibility to check server’s error log file?
    Or ask you hosting support team to check it.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

    I checked the server error logs and there is nothing related to AAM plugin.

    Same here. After installing and activating the plugin, I clicked on the AWM Group > AWM Group submenu, and received the following error message:

    Fatal error: Class ‘SoapClient’ not found in /home/myweb/public_html/wp-content/plugins/advanced-access-manager/mvb_wp_access.php on line 142

    Is the inaccessibility of ‘AWM Group’ a major issue, or could it be removed in the next release? Looks like accessing AWM Group > Access Manager doesn’t raise any issues. Strange …

    Thanks Elijkmw, but this is not my error nor a solution for my issue.

    When I attempt to activate it i get a fatal error with no further description.

    I had it running just fine. I ran into a situation where, in order to troubleshoot another issue, I had to completely remove my website from my web-server and re-upload it. I deactivated all the plugins, fully downloaded the website, took the opportunity to update any non-updated plugins, and re-upload the site.

    When I went to active the plugins again, some ran into permissions issues and I sorted all those out, but AAM still will not activate. I changed all the directories within AAM to 777, I turned off all other plugins and tried to activate only AAM, I completely deleted the plugin and uploaded it anew. And my server error logs do not seem to register any issue when I attempt to activate.

    I’ve done this same procedure many times before moving websites from one server to another and never ran into an issue like this before that I could not solve.

    This is one of the better plugins for User Role management these days that, other than this issue, has been very functional for me… I would love to get this issue worked out!

    Plugin Author Vasyl Martyniuk

    (@vasyl_m)

    Hi tunagaming,
    This is actually is really weird. I’m going to release a next version in few day. Maybe this will solve your mystery Fatal error 😀
    By the way, if you can send me your admin credential to website which is not working for you, I’ll check what is going on.
    My email is whimba (at) gmail.com

    Regards,
    Vasyl

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