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[Resolved] [Plugin: GravityForms eWAY] I get "You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.&

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  • Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    G’day guitarlass, I haven’t heard of this problem before, but let’s see if we can work it out.

    Can you tell me please:

    * what role does your user profile say you have?
    * what versions of WordPress and GravityForms eWAY are you running?
    * do you have any plugins related to permissions, e.g. Role Scoper?

    cheers,
    Ross

    hello,

    1) Im admin,
    2) i have 3.3.1 wordpress, GravityForms eWAY is Version 1.0.2
    3) no, but i have a Under Construction plugging

    p.s i also changed plugging files and folders permissions into 777 , just to see if it fix, it didn’t work either.
    thank you for your reply.

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    G’day guitarlass, you probably want to change your files and folders permissions back, for security 🙂

    Is your Under Construction plugin this one? (I just tried it with some basic options, no problems). If it is, please tell me how you have it configured. If not, please tell me which one and I’ll download and test with the GF eWAY plugin.

    Is there a reason you haven’t upgraded to WordPress 3.3.1? I can set up a 3.3.1 testbed to test against, but if you can upgrade your WP without problem then we can easily rule that out as a compatibility issue.

    i tried searching the code this is the only thing i found but i’m not sure about this function as well

    can i edit this or something. ..?\

    public function gformAddonNavigation($menus) {
    		// add menu item for options
    		$menus[] = array('name' => self::MENU_PAGE.'-options', 'label' => 'eWAY Payments', 'callback' => array($this, 'optionsAdmin'), 'permission' => 'manage_options');
    
            return $menus;
    	}

    yes i did change back permissions , yes thats the under contraction plugging i have.
    What do you mean “haven’t upgraded to WordPress 3.3.1?” i have 3.3.1 now..

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    Sorry, I meant WordPress 3.3.2 (current version). I can set up WordPress 3.3.1 as a testbed and see if that’s where it’s failing.

    can you please please do that? because this system is not mine, i should not upgrade it..

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    No worries, I have a WP3.3.1 testbed now, and still no problem… 🙁 I’ll see what else I can think of to ask, will get back to you shortly.

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    Oh, what version of GravityForms are you running?

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    And to be clear, you’re getting this error when you click on the Forms->eWAY Payments link in the admin, yes?

    It’s Version 1.0.2 and its when i go to plugins and click on settings link.

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    OK, I can duplicate your problem now: if I disable GravityForms, I can access the settings link for the GF eWAY plugin and get your error.

    Please note: you need to have GravityForms installed and activated. This plugin provides an eWAY payment gateway for GravityForms, but it needs to be installed and activated. I’ll change my readme file to make this more clear, and will add some code to alert users when they install the GF eWAY plugin without GravityForms.

    Plugin Author webaware

    @webaware

    You can purchase and download the GravityForms plugin here: http://www.gravityforms.com/

    you mean i need GravityForms as well? oh!

    thank you

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