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K2 errors after migrating from localhost to GoDaddy server

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Hi,

I just migrated my website http://www.synergizglobal.com from localhost to the GoDaddy server.

I'm facing a problem with K2 in the administrator panel.

I can see the K2 articles, but when I try to open them to edit, I'm getting an error "JForm::getInstance could not load file"

The same error is also coming up when I click on "New" to add a new K2 article.

Can you please look into this and let me know?

While installing my database, I actually got this error, which seems to be related to the indexing of K2 table. I'm not sure if this has got anything to do with the above error. In any case, please let me know how to fix the below too.

Error
SQL query:

ALTER TABLE `r2csq_k2_items` ADD FULLTEXT KEY `search` ( `title` , `introtext` , `fulltext` , `extra_fields_search` , `image_caption` , `image_credits` , `video_caption` , `video_credits` , `metadesc` , `metakey` ) ;

MySQL said: Documentation

#1214 - The used table type doesn't support FULLTEXT indexes

This error did not occur in localhost, so I assume this has something to do with the SQL version on the godaddy server.

Can you please look into this and let me know? I am stuck because both my "Latest news" and "Current vacancies" modules use K2 and I can't edit them.

Thanks,
Sunil

P.S: There is no appropriate category for K2 in the support ticket form above.

2 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
There is no appropriate category for K2 in the support ticket form above.

Yes, because K2 is not our product, so we doesn't have to support it.
Please use K2 community support. If you decided to use this extension, sorry, nobody said that webmaster life would be easy.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
1) To migrate from localhost to GoDaddy try to use Akeeba Backup (and backup with installer inside)
2) In your case there is a problem with database - K2 tables
3) Consider to migrate content from K2 into core articles , less problems in future, really. It's not too late now.


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