fbpx

Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

Greetings,
I've developed my website in a subfolder /dev, then moved it into the root when I was ready to launch.

After I cleaned up the configs and databse, I run AutoTune, and when it gets to the Facebook App portion, it still "Recommends" the wrong URL data, has the wrong callback URL, etc, with big red incorrect "recommendations". I've cleaned up as much of the database as I can, going round and round with entries in "_jfbconnect_config" that re-create themselves, and sometimes unable to edit "_social_config" because "it has no unique column" or some such?

See attached screenshots. The /dev path is no longer vali, and I am unsure how to remove it from my JFBConnect.

I would appreciate any suggestions you can provide.

docwahoo
useravatar
Offline
4 Posts
Active Subscriptions:

Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.

Re: Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

In general, you shouldn't have to change anything directly in the database and we wouldn't recommend doing anything there.

In the FB App section of Autotune, click the 'Refresh' button in the top, which should fetch new recommendations based on your new URL. Then, if any changes are necessary, go ahead and make them.

I hope that helps, but if not, let us know what happens when you hit the Refresh button that is incorrect.

Thanks,
Alex

If you use our extensions, please consider leaving a rating and review at the Joomla! Extension Directory:
JFBConnect | SCLogin

alzander
Alex
useravatar
Offline
24428 Posts
Support Specialist
Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.

Re: Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

I've been through Auto Tune a few times now, and it does not find the correct path. That is the only reason I messed with the database at all.
If the answer is to reinstall, I can do that too. But JFBConnect is finding incorrect during AutoTune *every *time.

docwahoo
useravatar
Offline
4 Posts
Active Subscriptions:

Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.

Re: Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

Correction:

This time I re-ran AutoTune and the "Refresh" actually did something...
I no longer show several wrong items, only one: the Callback URL still has /dev/ in the path suggested.
Unfortunately, that is the one item I am not allowed to correct manually.

I have verified that path does not exist on the FB App itself (Screenshot)

Edited by: docwahoo - Jul-31-19 12:28:52
docwahoo
useravatar
Offline
4 Posts
Active Subscriptions:

Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.

Re: Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

Nevermind, I am an idiot...there was another callback URL box below those two on FB...I fixed it.

Thank you very much for your patience and expertise. current/smile

docwahoo
useravatar
Offline
4 Posts
Active Subscriptions:

Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.

Re: Moved site directory, need help fixing JFBC config

No problem, it's what we're here for. I'm glad to hear you got things going and hope the new live site launch goes well!

If you need anything else, just let us know,
Alex

If you use our extensions, please consider leaving a rating and review at the Joomla! Extension Directory:
JFBConnect | SCLogin

alzander
Alex
useravatar
Offline
24428 Posts
Support Specialist
Administrator has disabled public posting. Please login or register in order to proceed.
There are 0 guests also viewing this topic
There are 0 users also viewing this topic

Board Info

Board Stats
 
Total Topics:
11859
Total Polls:
0
Total Posts:
49712
Posts this week:
6
User Info
 
Total Users:
48457
Newest User:
DavidZX
Members Online:
1
Guests Online:
1155

Online: 
JurrienPhilips
Social Stream
Hide, Seek & Defuse

Handheld Electronic Game

Alex from SourceCoast is working on a new electronic game for kids called Countdown. It's a timed game of Hide & Seek with mini-games (Whack-a-Mole, Simon, etc) to complete when you find it.

Hide and Seek Toys

Before You Leave

Let us send you a 10% off coupon

For Your Next Purchase

Please enable the javascript to submit this form

No , I don't want a discount