This document will help you get started with debugging ERP5. It will show
entry points on how to find errors and provide answers on common bugs you may
frequently run into. If this is the first time you are working with
ERP5 as a developer, this how to will help.
Table of Contents
Error. What now?¶
When developing ERP5 you will often run into errors and end up on a screen
like this one:
To find out what happened, you will need to look at the stack trace. Make sure
you have developer access, then click Show Error Log Entry
which will take you:
The exception log will list all recent exceptions. Find yours and click on it.
Check the stack trace. It will tell you what script threw the error and why. Most
of the times this is enough to find and remove your error.
I cannot see my documents¶
First make sure you this is not due to some settings on a listbox
you are viewing and that there are no
blocked portal activities.
If you can rule out both, your records not showing up might be caused by your
ERP5 user not having necessary permissions. Normally every user should have an
assigmnent declared on the
Assginment tab. Assignments allow to declare security and viewing permissions.
To debug, try creating an empty assignment, start this assignment and check whether
the problem persists.
Should this not work try calling the following script on the respective person
through the url.
Please also have a look at
How to distinguish ERP5, Zope and Developer users in case you are having
trouble accessing certain parts of ERP5 or the zope interface.