Hi Martin. Sorry for my late answer, but I have much work to do … (there are many friends waiting for a meeting before the year ends )
But before I get back to the Problem:
Thanks for the help. I will try it tomorrow, so I find the time. For me it was/is necessary to find out, what is wrong, instead of find a workaround (so maybe I can help you too, to find some Bugs - or to explain it better to newbies )
Back to the Problem:
I tried with MariaDB - the same problem (seams not to be a database Problem)
I tried several times to find out, what the problem is and I can narrow down the problem:
In the fourth step, I should select a site package - I only have 1 Item to select, so I have to choose “Neos.Demo”.
After that I have to write a package name. So I wrote a fictional package name: HnC.WeihnachtsprojektOrg (Camel_case like in the example).
The third textfield is about the site name. I decided to give the hostname of the page: weihnachtsprojekt.org.
This installation is a local test installation - but I don’t think, that this is the problem.
If I go to the “next” - Button, I have to put in my password again and start from the scratch. The thing is, that the system is already configured - with one exeption: The demo site is not loadet.
If I skip the fourth step everything is fine - I get to the fifth step - without the demo site of course.
By the way:
I found 1 small issue:
CREATE DATABASE “test”.“org” WITH ENCODING = ‘UTF8’’:
SQLSTATE: Syntax error: 7 FEHLER: Syntaxfehler bei ».«
LINE 1: CREATE DATABASE “test”.“org” WITH ENCODING = ‘UTF8’
This happens (of course) when you try to name a new Database with a dot, like “test.org”. I know, that this is a user fault, but this can be a problem for newbies. There are some possible patches for that:
- You can explain that in a text.
- You can disable the “.” Character or throw an exception.
- You can mask it and use it as a name (e.g. Database Name “test.org”)
- You can use the first name as the Database name and the second as a scheme name (But you have to explain it somewhere …)
In PostGreSQL this is not only a nice gimmick, but if you can use “schemes” this is a very big advantage (e.g. when Webhoster limits the counts of the Databases) …
And thank you very much for your Help. As I promise, I will try your commands as soon as I can.