Due to the nature of web-based software, the server environments they run on and their various dependencies, sometimes things don't work perfectly. And when they don't, it can be tricky to find the source of the problem and fix it.
Classroombookings includes the ability to write information to log files at various thresholds; ranging from 0 (turned off completely) through to 4 (log everything possible). During installation, this threshold is set to 4 to ensure that any issues during installation are logged for troubleshooting purposes. After installation, this value is changed to 1 (errors only), so that log files don't fill up unnecessarily and maintain fast page load times.
If there are any problems, the generated log files are the first place to check. These are located in the
local/logs folder, and a new file is saved for each day where the date is part of the filename. Inspect the log file with a text editor.
If this doesn't include any useful or obvious detail, increase the log threshold to 4. To do this, open the
local/config.php file in a text editor, adjust the value for
log_threshold and save it. Try again to complete the action that prouduced the error or unexpected behaviour, and re-open and inspect the current log file again for more clues.
<?php defined('BASEPATH') OR exit('No direct script access allowed'); return array( 'config' => array( 'base_url' => 'http://classroombookings.local/', 'log_threshold' => 4, 'index_page' => 'index.php', 'uri_protocol' => 'REQUEST_URI', ), ... );
Sometimes, classroombookings might not even load. This is sometimes due to missing or non-installed extensions that are required, or your server configuration not being detected or supported by classroombookings. Please check your server error logs for more information.