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Magento Role Resources not saving

Posted on 2011-09-05
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I have a new install of the Magento community edition (1.6) on a Mac PHP 5.3 installation. I am unable to get it to save Role Resources.

When I go to the Admin panel, then System->Web Services->Roles, and change to All (or choose anything custom) and click Save Role, it will say it has saved. However, going back into the settings shows nothing was actually saved. Occassionally a duplicate role will be created as well.

I have just wiped everything clean, dropped the magento database and set everything back up from scratch and it doesn't make any difference. Any ideas?
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by:LinuxGuru
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Hi,

It seems to be an issue with Magento. Could you please refer the following url?

http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/2556/
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by:ktwdallas
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I looked at that thread. Unfortunately they list it as "fixed" as of 1.3, but I'm on 1.6 and still have the issue.
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by:miked2004
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Enable Logging and see if anything is logged. There may be an error thrown, that will show up in the logs. Report back what you find.
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by:ktwdallas
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I've had logging turned on under Developer->Log Settings for a while, it's not generating anything for this issue.
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by:miked2004
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Do you have any add-on modules installed?
If so I would try disabling them, then see if this issue still exists. To disable edit the file for the module in /app/etc/modules/moduleFile.xml


Then you should see a line like
<active>true</active>

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change it to
<active>false</active>

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Clear/disable cache and try saving the permissions again.
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ktwdallas earned 0 total points
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It appears that part of the issue is they've renamed the columns in the api_rule table and made "permissions" and "privileges" now "api_permissions" and "api_privileges". But this renaming was apparently incomplete since the web page doesn't pay attention to those columns. Manually renaming the columns back makes the web page work properly, but I haven't tested the actual effect on the operation of Magento.
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Confirmed in 1.6
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