Flexbanner - Joomla issue - SQL

Posted on 2011-09-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am having a problem with Flexbanner and my Joomla - It looks to be a SQL error?

Any ideas?
Question by:angelic_webmaster
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ID: 36506257
it says the table j17_language doesn't have column 'code'. Seems something wrong with Flexbanner extention. You probably should reinstall it.

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by:Andrew Derse
ID: 36523949
Do you have JoomFish menu or K2 installed?

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ID: 36523960
I do have K2 installed.. and JoomFish
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Andrew Derse earned 125 total points
ID: 36523979
Yeah, I believe that's the problem.  Flexbanner's developer is telling people to disable those for this to work.

Here's a thread I found on his forum:


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ID: 36527181
Thank you very much. I am using their solution to make it work!

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