I installed Web2Project version 3.1, in a test environment on a QNAP NAS. Everything seems to have gone well but after completing the Admin settings I received the following message - Missing file. Possible Module \"calendar\" missing! I had installed version 3.0 before and did not receive this message. Has anyone one seen this before? Did I do something wrong in the install parameters? Can this be remedied? Or Do I have to start the install all over? Thanks.

asked 28 Jan '14, 13:14

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asked 28 Jan '14, 13:14

Go to the System Admin page and read the information at the top LH of the page - click on config update and all should be good after that.nThe Calendar module is replaced by the Event module for most functionality. Cheers, Sasquatch

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maybe the startup module (in sys admin) is still set as default to calendar. If yes, change to events.
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answered 29 Jan '14, 00:00

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answered 29 Jan '14, 00:00

The default startup module was set to calendar. I changed to events and I am no longer seeing the error message. Thanks. Is it documented somewhere that this is what should be done after installing 3.1? Just checking if I missed something on the install.

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