Sitemap in Dashboard Missing

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Help, some how i lost my sitemap area in the dashboard, when i click on the sitemap, I receive page not found. So I check and the full.php is in the dashboard folder under single pages so I added a single page with the url /dashboard/sitemap/full. added fine, no error when i go to the sitemap, but nothing appears, just a blank screen?

Using C5.3.3.1
Frank

wizardontherun
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Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
what about /dashboard/sitemap

without the full try adding that
wizardontherun replied on at Permalink Reply
wizardontherun
that page already exist, but when i goto it links to /full/
wizardontherun replied on at Permalink Reply
wizardontherun
Should I reload certain Folders?
wizardontherun replied on at Permalink Reply
wizardontherun
Still Looking from some help and how to steps to reload the dashboard stuff?
HELP
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
copy all the dashboard folders from /concrete/single_pages to
/single_pages?
andrew replied on at Permalink Reply
andrew
Hmm. I think your installation has something seriously strange going on within it. /dashboard/sitemap/full.php didn't exist within 5.3.3.1 - it got added in 5.4.
BryceJ replied on at Permalink Reply
My sitemap went missing after upgrading to 5.4 but now I'm back on 5.3.3.1 and its still missing. I was posting about it here:http://www.concrete5.org/index.php?cID=40623...

Anyone have luck in getting it back?
frz replied on at Permalink Reply
frz
unless you completely replaced the database with the backup you had before as well as all the files, its pretty likely a downgrade from 5.4 to 5.3.3.1 would cause all sorts of funkiness.
BryceJ replied on at Permalink Reply
It was a complete replacement of the /concrete folder and a new install of the old database file. Only thing would maybe have changed would have been a file outside of the /concrete folder. After that didn't work I renamed the /cache folder and still nothing.

I'm trying a new install hoping that will work.
BryceJ replied on at Permalink Reply
I got it to work by re-installing 5.3.3.1 and uploaded backup db. I also did the upgrade to 5.4 and and all went well this time.

Must have just been a glitch in uploading or files that made all this happen.

Just another reminder to make sure you backup.
sschildbach replied on at Permalink Reply
sschildbach
I'm having the same problem, no sitemap and no ability to add a page, with more than one of my clients websites using 5.3.3.1 on a Bluehost server. The sites worked fine on my localhost. Before I upgrade, I need to find out the problem. Have you, Wizardontherun, solved the problem? I'm re-uploading just the concrete file of 5.3.3.1 to see if Bryce's solution works. But, if it doesn't, would you be willing to help me Bryce, or anyone else?
sschildbach replied on at Permalink Reply
sschildbach
Thanks Bryce. the problem was corrupted files or paths in the core. I re-uploaded the 5.3.3.1 concrete file in the root and all worked once again. I got the sitemap back and can now add a page. Wizardontherun, you should mark this as best answer. I can't 'cause I didn't open the question.
DavidMIRV replied on at Permalink Reply
DavidMIRV
I have gotten this problem myself randomly on some of our upgrade sites. I traced the problem as far as line 91 of concrete/libraries/request.php. Something with the cache:get line seems to reset the path of the current instance.. I have a site doing this right now as a matter of fact and seeing how its still in development I just disabled the cache (site was a 5.4.0.1 upgrade) I can also do a rm -rf files/cache/* and it will display the sitemap one time before going back to a 404 page. I've checked for the usual c5 problems with a 404 error on a known page (usually orphaned data in PagePaths) not happening here. It seems to be completely something with the cache and the path getting set to 500.shtml (although the 500 could be caused by script errors - premature end of headers) if I comment out line 91 the problem completely goes away of course too..


Any further thoughts anyone?
Medon replied on at Permalink Reply
Medon
Hello guys.

I m experiencing missing sitemap on fresh installations as well.
5.4.1.1 Version
Nothing i do helps.
hivoltage replied on at Permalink Reply
Any solution to this yet? I'm getting the same problem and I think it's related to FastCGI or a cache related problem.

I have updated the file /concrete/libraries/request.php as per the post:
http://www.concrete5.org/developers/bugs/5-4-1-1/path_info-problem/...

This solved my other problems, but I believe that sitemap disappearing is related to FastCGI.

If I clear the cache, the sitemap shows up, but I cannot access any of the pages, I simply get the progress wheel and nothing happens.

Eventually, I end up getting page not found again, and as soon as I clear the cache, I see the sitemap again.

If I turn cache of, it always get the sitemap to show and i never loose it, but I still cannot access any of my pages via the sitemap.

This is a new install - I basiclly uploaded the entire site from my local server, should I have done a clean install?
hivoltage replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
If I disable cache, as I mentioned I see the sitemap but cant view any of the files.

For a split second I see a dialog pop up and it says "unable to load sitemap data".

see attached file
AlexMonti replied on at Permalink Reply
AlexMonti
I got this issue from simply playing with the hierarchy in sitemap. No updates or anything, just changed one pages order in sitemap and now I get a Page not found error.

Clearing the Cache allows me to view the sitemap once, but not edit it in any way. When I try to view it again I simply get Page Not Found.

This site has only ever used version 5.4.1.1

Any suggestions?
AlexMonti replied on at Permalink Reply
AlexMonti
andrew replied on at Permalink Reply
andrew
Yeah, an upgrade to 5.4.2.2 or 5.5.1 (and beyond) will fix this problem.