Component not in Administrator list

Started by richardh9935, 15 July 2022, 06:16:43

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richardh9935

Dear Team,
Abook is working very well in our Joomla4 website (cactusact.org.au)

In the Administrator interface, under the Components tab, all the other components I've installed appear. However, Abook does not appear. I can see it clearly under "Manage Extensions" and "Update Sites", and it is working.

What could this problem be?
1. a Joomla fault?
2. a fault in my own installation?
3. Something else, to do with Abook?

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richardh9935

Dear Team,
I searched the Joomla forum and found comments from others about a similar wide-spread fault between Joomla 3.6.4 and 3.7.3, leading to components not being listed in the Administrator view.

Here is the best link: https://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=710&t=953083#p3485284 This should open the forum at a comment by Sozzled.

federica

Hi richardh9935,
thanks for the details.
Did you solve the problem?
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