Will Monte, that goes nowhere. how to make the set membership button appear on profile pages and especially how to make the admin as administrator rather than as standard after signing in with the admin credentials.
Same problem. UNA-v.10.1.0 install, self hosted (Ubuntu 18.04 + LAMP) has been bugging me for some time how to I make another user Admin, Moderator etc.. but now I see why I couldn't find. Set Membership button is missing!!
The database fix didn't work for me?!
It gave the user more privileges but the Set Membership button still not there.
we are talking to TMDhosting about this because they installed it in the first place using softaculous but we did try to database fix and that failed. We used phpmyadmin. Right now we are waiting to hear from TMDhosting. Will report back as soon as we get a solution, unless something else is posted here
There were no records in the table `sys_acl_levels_members` which indicates assigned levels to profiles. So if you have the same situation you may try to execute the following query in your UNA database:
Updating 'sys_acl_levels_members' as instructed has made no difference!
I still have below problems...
1. I don't see a settings wheel to the far right of each account in Studio>Accounts
2. In the Home view users only see content from other members who have their "Visible to = Public". Content from members with it set as Friends or Relationship do not show (even though they are Friends & Relations to the other user). The missing content shows up in the Dashboard view though!
3. Profiles from Friends/Relations cannot be viewed (Access denied. This content is private) unless the 'Visible to" is Public
If the 'role' column in 'sys_accounts' table is set to 3 (Operator) users are not effected by 2 and 3 above.
So it seems all users are being treated as Guests unless the 'role' in sys_accounts is set to 3 but no idea why Studio>Accounts not showing the settings wheel (I tried different Browser incase it was that).
LeonidS, I noticed that when using Softaculous to install UNA whatever is put in the admin account credentials, disappears after saving. It does not hold. However in a previous install using Softaculous some months ago, it did not act like this.
I suggest that one of your staff should make a trial to see if when using Softaculous this happens and also when installing by other methods, manually or otherwise.
When I installed the site I used a different email/account for the 'Admin' and created a separate account I used for my normal access later on. As the Admin user/account wasn't intended to create any content within the site (just purely to manage the site) I didn't bother to create a 'Persons' profile for the site Admin account.
Creating a Persons profile for the Admin account (created at installation) and I can now see the settings wheel in Studio>Accounts and "Set Membership' when I view a profile of another account.
For members content from Friends/Relations is still not showing in Home view and members cannot view other members Profiles unless visibility set to Public (2 and 3 above).
r00nster's discovery is great. I suggest that UNA should clarify this for future reference with some tutorial or step-by-step article which explains this clearly. Otherwise it means that some installers will spend hours trying to figure this out. Better yet, if is alerts pop up when the site is open first after installation, which guide the admin through this UNA jungle.
I spend hours on this and still I am not sure that I understand it, besides know that it can be fixed.
Thnx for your checks too. The "create profile" action makes the same action as my SQL commands shown above. But in Michael Beloved the admin's profile was completed, the deal was just in missing records for `sys_acl_levels_members`.
About friends content - yes, the content with this level of visibility will not be shown in public blocks.
Thanks for the replies. This still doesn’t sound right. Maybe I wasn’t clear enough outing the problem.
if iI configure my profile as follows
Visibile to = Friends (or Relationships)
Who can post to my profile = Public
Then create a new post (to Posts, Timeline etc..) and in the post set Visibility = Public
My post doesn’t appear in Home screen content even though it is marked as Public. but does show in Dashboard content. Also when a Friend/Relation tries to view my profile they get Access Denied - This content is Private.
If my profile is set as follows
Visibile to = Public
Who can post to my profile = Public
Then Posts with Visibility = Public show up in both Home and Dashboard content and members can view my profile (But so can anyone)