Could anyone point me in the direction where i may dig up more info abt the default items cached in silverstripe-cache folder? Am trying to evaluate the security of these items
@Nik the only thing I can think of is that it expects a map of objects in JS and I’m not sure how arrays translate to that when defined in PHP…. you an try passing stdClass objects with properties…
just an idea though
Anyone know a service that can convert html to a pdf but split the PDF onto A4 pages?
I did find this (which looks like it may do what we want)
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But not sure if it will, or if there is something better
Hey guys, a previous developer has run off and left my client with a binary, which I figured out was a tarball, the extension was removed - I think he was maybe making it purposefully difficult to rescue for some reason. Anyway, it looks like a dump of a Linux box, which contained a SilverStripe application (I've never used SS before, but I'm confident I can get the hang of it in a day or two, it's a CMS which is built on MVC design patterns, right? I see there is an ORM, so I'll delve into the code and get a feel for how it all hangs together).
She would like the SilverStripe app live again, so I'm looking at doing a migration (of sorts) on to a new box. It was an existing app that was running and it's just been dumped into a tarball of the entire box. Does anyone have an idea as to where I can look for documentation to get this back online? Any suggestions are very much appreciated.
Woah, that sounds like quite a painful action, leaving a binary