Unable to get permission key for view.

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Recently I've dibbled into allowing users create their own accounts, however when a user logs in they're immediately met with the error
Unable to get permission key for view


I had assumed this is an issue based on permissions and so I have tinkered around with them, ensuring that all the pages of the site are capable of being viewed by both the default groups "Guest and Registered Users".

Unfortunately even after fiddling around and Googling a lot, I haven't found a resolve related to this issue.

Can someone please help? - I have provided a screenshot of the error in more detail.

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Gondwana replied on at Permalink Reply
Gondwana
I don't use Google Analytics so I could be out of my depth...

...but I don't see why it should be listed in the call stack. Can you temporarily remove GA from your site?
hemiipatu replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi there, thank you for your response.

Whist the site that I am using has Google Analytics, it's actually using it as an addon as to get a nice UI within the dashboard itself; using this project.https://github.com/c5labs/google-analytics...

As for the issue, I have attempted to remove this addon entirely and ran some tests. But nothing surrounding this proved a resolve.

Thank you again however!
A3020 replied on at Permalink Reply
A3020
Go to your database manager and look for the 'PermissionKeys' table. Then sort on 'pkHandle' to see whether a 'view_page' or 'page' handle exists.

If both exist: I don't know.
If only 'view_page' exists: change your code so it checks the 'view_page' pk instead of the 'page' pk/
If none exist: that'd be weird, because 'view_page' is a default pk. Then I'd add it manually in the database.
hemiipatu replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi there, thank you for your reply!

I've checked the database and I have found the table "view_page" however the "page" one is non-existent.

I hate to ask, but I am a complete novice to the programming world and wonder what you meant by adding "view_page" to the code? Could you please provide an example if it's not too much to ask.

Thank you in advance.
A3020 replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
A3020
It's this line:https://github.com/c5labs/google-analytics/blob/master/src/GoogleAna...

That should probably be "return $permissions->canViewPage();"
hemiipatu replied on at Permalink Reply
Amazing, thank you for the fast reply. I will make the edit as soon as possible and let you know if it resolved the issue.

Thanks again!
A3020 replied on at Permalink Reply
A3020
Did it work for you? If so, you might wanna post an issue in that Github repository.
hemiipatu replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi there, strangely. It seems to have worked and non admin users can login again!

I'll post a bug report now, thank you so much for your help.
hemiipatu replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Hmm, it seems that the issue isn't resolved just yet. The previous answer which I marked as being the best worked as it resolved the issue with users not being capable of logging in.

However every so often, on random occasion I'm now being presented with another error relating to the Google Analytics addon.

Which you can see in the screenshot below. - I've also reported this on the official repo too.