Hi,

I got the following notices on
drupal 7.12
ckeditor 7.x-1.6

Notice: Undefined index: license_name in ckeditor_profile_settings_compile() (regel 953 van /sites/all/modules/ckeditor/includes/ckeditor.lib.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: license_key in ckeditor_profile_settings_compile() (regel 954 van /sites/all/modules/ckeditor/includes/ckeditor.lib.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: license_name in ckeditor_profile_settings_compile() (regel 953 van /sites/all/modules/ckeditor/includes/ckeditor.lib.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: license_key in ckeditor_profile_settings_compile() (regel 954 van /sites/all/modules/ckeditor/includes/ckeditor.lib.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: version_major in update_calculate_project_update_status() (regel 556 van /modules/update/update.compare.inc).

Comments

Assigned:Unassigned» mkesicki

@fcjversc ,
I think you use commercial version of CKEditor for Drupal (from http://ckeditor.com/ckeditor-for-drupal). We will check this. If you bought license and have problems with module, please wrote to our support channel.

Hi,

Indeed, i used the version from ckeditor.com, under the assumption it was a package with the drupal module from here. (Correct me if im wrong).

I'm using the free version atm.

Hi,
version downloaded from http://ckeditor.com/ckeditor-for-drupal is commercial CKEditor module to drupal. Without license it works as a demo version with all features. If you don't wont buy license and use advantages of commercial version you should use:
Open source version of CKEditor module http://drupal.org/project/ckeditor (this tracker belongs to this version).

Ah okay! So you're basically saying: only use the version from ckeditor.com if youre really buying a license?
Whats the difference between two versions? Different maintainers / codebase? Besides the different notices its working fine with an integrated CKFinder.

@fcjversc without license commercial version works as full featured demo version with message that demo version is used.
Both drupal modules have the same features.
With commercial version you get :
- CKFinder is installed and configured with CKEditor module
- license for CKFinder which is not an open source software
- one year of dedicated e-mail support
For more details please check: http://ckeditor.com/ckeditor-for-drupal

Ok. Thank you for the replies. Isn't it possible to integrate free CKFinder in your module too? :)

@fcjversc you can integrate/add CKFinder with this open source CKEditor module for drupal, but CKFinder is not open source software, so you should buy license for it.
Please read README.txt file about installing CKFinder with CKEditor module.

Status:Active» Closed (works as designed)

Thanks for the support. Issue can be closed.