[EP-tech] Re: IRStats 2-0.0.5 - Stats::Handler: requested processor 'countries' does not exist.

Matthew Brady Matthew.Brady at usq.edu.au
Thu Feb 20 01:38:42 GMT 2014


Hi Tommy,

Thanks for the feedback.... to answer your questions, 

The map isn't displaying at all, 

I have updated Prototype that came with ePrints 3.3.10	/*  Prototype JavaScript framework, version 1.7
To the slightly newer                                                 /*  Prototype JavaScript framework, version 1.7.1   
No impact, I still get the component displaying, with the error message " this.each is not a function " where the map should display..

I used Yum to install the geoip packages.  I have had problems in the past getting the admins to retrieve/compile from cpan source etc... 
The GeoIp code appears to be working successfully, as the countries table has been populated...
Just incase there is something odd with different versions I have installed.....
Installed:  perl-Geo-IP.x86_64 0:1.38-1.el6.rf   and its dependency:  geoip.x86_64 0:1.4.6-1.el6.rf
Installed:  perl-Geo-IP-PurePerl.noarch 0:1.24-1.el6.rf

I have this machine running in developer mode, which reloads the config for every request.... 
I have also restarted apache....

Cheers
Matt 



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