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 on: June 06, 2013, 01:05:04 pm 
Started by dabesa - Last post by dabesa
Hi guys,

I have users of my job boards reporting problem when adding a job listing.
They claim that they can't type in the visual editor.

So far I failed to replicate the problem, but I wonder if this is an issue other people are experiencing too? (maybe new browser incompatibility or things like that)


 on: May 19, 2013, 04:56:35 pm 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by Imran
I did not speak with them regarding maintaining jamit, but they certainly will help in migrating.
I'm going to migrate to SJB in couple of months after making things suitable for migration, as we all know jamit is going to die slowly without updates/maintenance.

 on: May 16, 2013, 01:50:52 pm 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by fujipadam
Imran - do you think mindcrackers will help maintain jamit apart from offering migrations?

 on: May 08, 2013, 09:27:09 am 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by Imran
I recently contacted MindCrackers Solutions here is what they replied:

Greetings from Solution India!
We would like to thank you for contacting us for your database migration script requirements.
It will be really a Great pleasure for us to work with you and provide you High Quality Solutions in Cost Effective Prices.

Imran, we have strong hands on Jamit Job Board and Smart Job Board.
We can develop a database migration script between both platform.
The rough estimation for developing this script is:

Cost of Module: $350
Time Duration: 4-5 Days

I will try and work out a deal with them to migrate to SJB. (mindcrackers.com/)

 on: May 08, 2013, 01:58:51 am 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by steve

I had high hopes of converting my database. I have a program from a while back that takes a comma delimited feed and will write all the information to a webpage. Well, I treated my database like a data feed. I saved it as an excel file and then setup a new file as the output which should be the webpage. Instead I outputted it to a new database or excel file. I was able to output the data in the correct order to match the SJB user export file. I then took the new file and imported it. It seemed to import fine... all 3,900 user accounts. I then went into some of the accounts and started clicking around. I was getting fatal errors. The user accounts I created through the normal sign-up link all worked fine. The user accounts that I imported weren't working too well. I couldn't update the profiles etc....

I decided after almost a week of trial and error to just dump the idea. There is no telling what other problems might occur with the accounts. I decided that I would rather the user take a minute and sign up again than to have them leave in frustration thinking the site was broken and never come back.

I deleted the whole job site and the database and re-installed it from the beginning. I didn't want to take a chance that I may have caused some problems that would pop up in the future.

Smartjobboard looks good and is worth the extra money if you have the traffic to support it.

Good luck to all.

 on: April 25, 2013, 06:41:27 am 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by Imran
Let us know how the migration goes,. by the way are they offering any discount? 539$ is little expensive.

 on: April 19, 2013, 10:13:11 pm 
Started by szabcsee - Last post by steve
I've been working on a solution for transferring my database over to Smart Job Board. I'll probably get SJB this weekend and run a dummy site and test everything out. I expect it to go well.

Right now, without seeing the database structure for SJB, I have been able to create a new database that uses the import feature in the admin panel that can be found on the SJB demo site.

It will only import the job seeker and employer data, but for the most part that is all that is needed to kick start it. After I purchase SJB I can get in the database and figure out how to convert the rest of the necessary data.

 on: April 07, 2013, 09:30:26 am 
Started by SecureAspects - Last post by Imran
Normally for folders it is 755 and for files it is 644.
But if it is required to edit and it needs 777 permission you should also change the group/ownership of the file so that it is difficult for others to write except the intended script.
Or you can even try 666 for files if it is needed to make them writable.

 on: April 07, 2013, 04:49:45 am 
Started by pipingdesigners - Last post by pipingdesigners
I'm looking for some advise on "Theme" developers.

I want to give my jobs page a makeover and make it a lot more professional looking.

I have seen a few themes that look good, particularly some from http://www.nasthon.com/

Does anyone have any feedback regarding these or other developers?

I emailed Nasthon a few days ago, inquiring about one of there themes, and any compatibility issues with thing I've changed ... but no reply as yet, a bit disappointing.

Any one got any recommendations?

 on: April 07, 2013, 04:27:06 am 
Started by SecureAspects - Last post by pipingdesigners
I've had several security issues over the last few months ... to the point where candidates and employees couldn't update profiles.

It always came back to .htaccess files, I seem to have hundreds of them.

Is there a guide anywhere as to exactly what security settings should be set (files and folders)?


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