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Search in backend 1 year 2 months ago #5839

Hi all,
In the backend, I run into the following problem;
I go to JOM Classifieds, Catagories
In the search field, I fill-out one of the categories I have, (eg. Allard)
I click the search-button
It returns nothing and shows the default control panel.

I am not able to move any of the categories to another position
And I am not able to change the order of a category.

Running on Joomla 3.4.4
Use Jom classifieds 3.1.0
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Search in backend 1 year 2 months ago #5850

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Dear Customer,

Seems to be strange issue. Kindly send the below details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . So that we will check and update you.

1. Your site URL.
2. Joomla admin username and password.
3. Your site FTP details.

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Search in backend 1 year 2 months ago #5851

Thanks for the reply,

It turns out that the following is the case.
We have some 1.200 categories.
When I want to move a category, this is not possible by dragging it in the list.
So, in the field for the list-count I ask for 'all', instead of 20 or 50 items in the category list. (This is all in the administration console)
Then the amount of memory needed to list all categories crashes the view-request.
The server needs more memory then available ( > 512 MB) when all categories need to be listed.

I resolved this by logging out and logging in, after which the default list size was set back to 50 items, instead of 'all'.

The ordering of catgoeries in the categories view in the administrator is not in the same way as the ordering of the categories for the articles of the CMS.
The development team must have decided to write there own code for these functions, instead of using the code already developed for the Joomla CMS part.
(I am not sure about this).

Problem resolved.
Thanks,
Roland
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Search in backend 1 year 2 months ago #5852

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Dear Customer,

Thanks for the notification. We will ask our product development team to check it. But did you checked this in Joomla articles by adding 1200 categories? We assume that the same issue will occur in Joomla articles also when you add more categories.

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