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  • jptelthorst

    (@jptelthorst)


    I had JM 0.6.6 up and running fine, decided to take a look at the beta, and then go back down to 0.6.6. The site I’m working on isn’t live, so I wasn’t worried about losing any data. However, even after deleting the plugin and reinstalling, I can’t get it to work. I think the jobs page is somehow broken or deleted. When I click on “edit” under the admin settings->url path, I get the message “You attempted to edit a page that doesn’t exist. Perhaps it was deleted?”

    If I click on the url path link, it shows a blank page. If I go to list-jobs -> view, I get a 404.

    Also, even though I deleted the plugin and had all the options checked to delete things, the app form settings are retained. I think the first time I deleted the plugin, I didn’t have all the boxes checked, however.

    I’ve tried reinstalling 2-3 times, to now avail.

    I know I screwed something up, because JM was working wonderfully, but if there is a way to get back to a “vanilla” install, that’d be great.

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  • Moderator Gary Pendergast

    (@pento)

    Sorry about that, there was a problem with the uninstall routine that didn’t delete the options.

    I’ve fixed this in 0.7-beta4, which will be available in about 15 minutes. (Please don’t install 0.7-beta3, it’s broken.)

    Moderator Gary Pendergast

    (@pento)

    As a workaround, you can run the following query on your WordPress database:

    DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name='jobman_options';

    jptelthorst

    (@jptelthorst)

    Do I need to go into something like cpanel to modify the database? Or can I copy and past that code into one of the template files?

    Thanks for the quick reply!

    Moderator Gary Pendergast

    (@pento)

    You’ll need to go into cPanel, open up phpMyAdmin, go to your wordpress database, click the SQL button, and run that query.

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