Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar » The Events Calendar – error message plugins/event-aggregator

  • Resolved sylvsteph

    (@sylvsteph)


    Hello,

    Sorry for my bad english. I use the free version of Events Calendar for my wordpress blog. The debug in the admin shows this error message:

    WARNING: wp-admin/includes/plugin.php:259 – opendir(/home/clients/…../web/wp-content/plugins/event-aggregator): failed to open dir: No such file or directory
    require_once(‘wp-admin/admin.php’), do_action(‘admin_init’), Tribe__PUE__Checker->general_notifications, Tribe__PUE__Checker->get_plugin_name, Tribe__PUE__Checker->set_plugin_name, get_plugins, opendir

    I don’t have a file or a directory named event-aggregator.

    Thanks for your help.

    Sylvie

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  • Plugin Contributor Clifford Paulick

    (@cliffpaulick)

    Hi. Sorry you’re experiencing this.

    Event Aggregator‘s code is built into our The Events Calendar (TEC) codebase but shouldn’t be throwing that error.

    Please make sure you’re using the latest version of TEC and that there’s nothing in your Event Aggregator licenses textbox at wp-admin > Events > Settings > Licenses tab, unless of course you do have a license for Event Aggregator, in which case you should create a new thread on our paid forums.

    Yes, I have the last version and wordpress last version too.
    Licences tab is empty (I don’t have a licence key).
    Thanks

    Plugin Contributor Clifford Paulick

    (@cliffpaulick)

    In that case, I’d suggest deleting The Events Calendar and re-installing a fresh copy.

    Deleting The Events Calendar or its add-on plugins will NOT delete any of your data if you delete it via the WordPress plugin manager because that’s how we’ve decided to code our plugin.

    FYI: deleting any plugin via FTP or cPanel’s File Manager (i.e. deleting just the files from the server) will also ensure a plugin gets deleted (if you delete the entire plugin folder) without removing any data from the database. This can sometimes be helpful to know in cases where a plugin does run an uninstall routine to delete data (again, our plugins do not run such a routine at this time and probably never will).

    You can also see the difference when you click to delete a plugin, like this.

    Plugin Contributor geoffgraham

    (@geoffgraham)

    Hey there! This thread has been inactive for a while so we’re going to go ahead and mark it Resolved. Please feel free to open a new thread if any other questions come up and we’d be happy to help. 🙂

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