Please Help Me

Topics: General
Apr 6, 2011 at 8:19 AM

hello.

my name is vahid and i'm iranion.
i have 6 questions about composite c1 cms.
1-i can't setup c1 when i don't connected to the internet.thus i accost with this error:  "outbound https/soap connection"
 
2-after setup composite c1؛i can't add or edit metatype on the Data tab.thus i can't see edit page.
 
3-i can't see edit page of websites on the content tab.
 
4-downloaded files haven't some functions(i.e news,faq, etc).how do i download these modules?
 
5-how do yo handle errors in this cms?
 
6-how do you access to database in this cms(where is data access layer?)
 

please help me.thank you very much.

Apr 6, 2011 at 9:05 AM

Hi Vahid.

I think I can help you with question 4 and 6:

4. To get the News, faq, etc functionality you have to download them seperately. It is done through the Console->System->packages. There is a video-guide here: http://docs.composite.net/C1/Videos/Packages.aspx?video=GLTFO0vaN90 . Maybe it wont work before you have fixed error 1(outbound https/soap connection).

6. By default Composite C1 do not use a dabase, but xml files! You can access the data with C# using this syntax:  See more here: http://docs.composite.net/C1/Data/AccessingDataWithCSharp.aspx

DataConnection connection = new DataConnection();
If you wante to migrate to a mssql instead of xml files, theres is video-guide here: http://docs.composite.net/C1/Videos.aspx?video=xDvlbNkbyRU
Apr 6, 2011 at 9:33 AM

And the important thing with the datalayer, is that it doesn't matter if you use xml-files or mssql, the code is the same, you stil retrieve, update, create and delete stuff through the DataConnection-class.

1. Regarding the required internet-connection it has been discussed several times, maybe the best and most clarifying discussion is this one http://compositec1.codeplex.com/discussions/231007

5. Errors are logged and stored under ~/App_Data. They can be viewed as raw text-files, in the Server Log viewer inside the Console or live with the Log Viewer application. Read more about logging here http://docs.composite.net/C1/Console/Logging.aspx