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Hi all.. i have pligg 1.2.2.i need the rss importer module in that version.i have searching it on old place(forum) but no lucky.

Does any one have this module?.tanks alot..

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    I have it but I can't remember if it was a free module or not. Yankidank?? Was that one free? Can I send it to this person???

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    Yes that was a free module.. I am (still) not home right now or I would find a copy on my development server. If you have a copy you could probably just zip it up and upload it here and attach it to a comment for him.

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    Tanks jhawkin :)

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    Tanks Jhawkkin,but i got problem after installed..

    After installing and active it and active it on admin area.when clicking the RSS Importer i will ridirect here:

    And get just like this:

    "Creating TablesCreating table: 'feed_import_fields'....

    Creating table: 'feed_link'....

    Creating table: 'feeds'....

    If there were no errors then we're done! If there are no errors then refresh this page to continue"

    I contune to refress and refress but nothing you know what is wrong or forget something on this module?.

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    You'll need to go to the module (if it installed properly) and setup the feeds.

    You'll also need to move import.php to the root directory and you'll need a crontask to run that import.php from time to time.

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    tanks Jhawkin.. thumb up.. :)

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