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Hey everyone,

 

Great contrib, this is the full error I get when I click on Customers from my admin panel:

 

 

1054 - Unknown column 'c.entry_source_id' in 'on clause'

 

select count(*) as total from customers c join address_book a join sources s on s.sources_id = c. entry_source_id and c.customers_id = a.customers_id and c.customers_default_address_id = a.address_book_id

 

[TEP STOP]

 

 

Anyone seen this before?

 

Thanks!!

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First of all, you didn't tell anyone what contribution you are talking about.

 

Secondly, it looks like either you have not installed it properly, or the contribution forgot to tell you to run the SQL to add columns to the database tables. I suspect the former.

Re-trace your steps through the installation procedure, and pay particular attention to any parts that tell you to run some SQL against the MySQL database.

 

HTH

 

Hey everyone,

 

Great contrib, this is the full error I get when I click on Customers from my admin panel:

1054 - Unknown column 'c.entry_source_id' in 'on clause'

 

select count(*) as total from customers c join address_book a join sources s on s.sources_id = c. entry_source_id and c.customers_id = a.customers_id and c.customers_default_address_id = a.address_book_id

 

[TEP STOP]

Anyone seen this before?

 

Thanks!!


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First of all, you didn't tell anyone what contribution you are talking about.

 

Secondly, it looks like either you have not installed it properly, or the contribution forgot to tell you to run the SQL to add columns to the database tables. I suspect the former.

Re-trace your steps through the installation procedure, and pay particular attention to any parts that tell you to run some SQL against the MySQL database.

 

HTH

 

 

Disregard this, I have posted in the Contrib Support Section...

 

Thanks

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