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  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-18060

Forum ratings not working 1.8.7+

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: 1.8.7
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Forum
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Windows 2003 Server, Apache 2.0.59, MySQL 5.0.18, PHP 5.1.1
    • Database:
      MySQL
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_18_STABLE

      Description

      Just upgraded to 1.8.7+ about a week ago. Forum ratings are not working. I get:
      Could not insert a new rating (0 = 3034) .

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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment -

              Resolved by following the suggestion to change data types from integer to bigint(10), etc., but am concerned about the fallout when we next upgrade.

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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment - Resolved by following the suggestion to change data types from integer to bigint(10), etc., but am concerned about the fallout when we next upgrade.
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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment -

              Like a previous report, upgrading this install always sets the data types by to integer and tinyint. The odd thing is that another Moodle install I have, which is at the same version didn't do this. The one thing that may be impacting this is that the install with the problem is a very old Moodle system that has been upgraded many many times, whereas the working one is only a couple years old. Could this be something in the old config file that needs to be addressed?

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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment - Like a previous report, upgrading this install always sets the data types by to integer and tinyint. The odd thing is that another Moodle install I have, which is at the same version didn't do this. The one thing that may be impacting this is that the install with the problem is a very old Moodle system that has been upgraded many many times, whereas the working one is only a couple years old. Could this be something in the old config file that needs to be addressed?
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              dbanach David Banach added a comment -

              I updated to 1.8.8 (Build: 20090128)

              from 1.8.7+ (Build: 20081231)

              and this broke my forum ratings.

              I got an error Invalid rate (141) with no debugging information at all.

              I restored the rate.php file from version 1.8.7 and my ratings work again.

              Linux
              apache 2
              PHP 5.25
              MYSQL 5.0.67

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              dbanach David Banach added a comment - I updated to 1.8.8 (Build: 20090128) from 1.8.7+ (Build: 20081231) and this broke my forum ratings. I got an error Invalid rate (141) with no debugging information at all. I restored the rate.php file from version 1.8.7 and my ratings work again. Linux apache 2 PHP 5.25 MYSQL 5.0.67
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              hagman Markus Hagman added a comment -

              Same problem here. All ratings broken.

              from 1.87 to 1.8.8 (Build: 20090128)

              This is major problem!

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              hagman Markus Hagman added a comment - Same problem here. All ratings broken. from 1.87 to 1.8.8 (Build: 20090128) This is major problem!
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              marcello Marcello Henrique added a comment -

              I have this problem in my platform +/- 5000 users.
              Melinda how you fix in specific this problem?

              mysql> desc mdl_forum_ratings;
              -------------------------------------------------------+

              Field Type Null Key Default Extra

              -------------------------------------------------------+

              id bigint(10) unsigned NO PRI NULL auto_increment
              userid bigint(10) unsigned NO MUL 0  
              post bigint(10) unsigned NO MUL 0  
              time bigint(10) unsigned NO   0  
              rating smallint(4) NO   0  

              -------------------------------------------------------+
              5 rows in set (0.00 sec)

              In this mode don't work.

              Thanks!

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              marcello Marcello Henrique added a comment - I have this problem in my platform +/- 5000 users. Melinda how you fix in specific this problem? mysql> desc mdl_forum_ratings; ------- ------------------- ---- --- ------- ---------------+ Field Type Null Key Default Extra ------- ------------------- ---- --- ------- ---------------+ id bigint(10) unsigned NO PRI NULL auto_increment userid bigint(10) unsigned NO MUL 0   post bigint(10) unsigned NO MUL 0   time bigint(10) unsigned NO   0   rating smallint(4) NO   0   ------- ------------------- ---- --- ------- ---------------+ 5 rows in set (0.00 sec) In this mode don't work. Thanks!
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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment -

              If your fields are bigint(10), smallint(4), your problem may be different than mine was. My problem was fixed by changing from integer datatype to bigint.

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              mindyk Melinda Kraft added a comment - If your fields are bigint(10), smallint(4), your problem may be different than mine was. My problem was fixed by changing from integer datatype to bigint.
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              marcello Marcello Henrique added a comment -

              My error is attached.

              Anybody can help-me?

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              marcello Marcello Henrique added a comment - My error is attached. Anybody can help-me?
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              andyjdavis Andrew Davis added a comment -

              Hello. 1.8 is no longer maintained by Moodle HQ. Versions 1.9, 2.0 and 2.1 are all available from http://download.moodle.org We strongly recommend upgrading to a version that is being actively maintained.

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              andyjdavis Andrew Davis added a comment - Hello. 1.8 is no longer maintained by Moodle HQ. Versions 1.9, 2.0 and 2.1 are all available from http://download.moodle.org We strongly recommend upgrading to a version that is being actively maintained.

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