Error when install joinup 1.4.3 p4

Published on: 27/08/2013

I have read Joinup_installation_procedure, but when i installing display a error same image below?

Please help me detail more the way to install joinup version 1.4.3 p4!






Tue, 27/08/2013 - 10:31


Thank your for reporting the difficulties that you have when deploying Joinup. We have informed the development team and asked them for further clarifications. (ticket JUS-910)

Fri, 30/08/2013 - 10:23

Thank for your care!

This is some issues i want know!


1.About enviroment to install Joinup 1.4.3 p4 (PHP, APACHE...)?

2. When install and run apply the patches of the core, i see "The patch cannot be applied in the selected context" in files and Please show specified place to apply the patches this files.

3. If you have installed success this version can share source have applied the patches


Please help me!

Fri, 30/08/2013 - 14:46


I guess you are trying to run Joinup on a recent PHP version, typically > 5.4; alas, Joinup was mostly developed and tested with 5.3.2. As you can imagine, there have been some discussions to require a newer version (5.3.x currently being old-old-stable to PHP) and there should soon be a bump to at least 5.3.21 (perhaps 5.3.27, perhaps 5.4.x or even 5.5.x?). But for the moment, you have to downgrade your PHP setup.


Regarding the patch issues: are these the patches you mentioned?……

If so, their relative paths look correct and consistent, so this may be an issue with the cwd (current working directory) the "patch" utility runs in.

It may also be an issue with what you try to patch: which version of Drupal/Pressflow did you get? The documentation should state Joinup relies on Pressflow 6.22.104 =>

Tue, 03/09/2013 - 12:12

Thank Xavier G!

Still have so much error!

This messages "Parse error: parse error in D:\wamp\www\joinup\sites\all\themes\joinup\templates\block\block-introduction-details.tpl.php on line 81", but i can't see any thing in these.

How you can share your source adn database have fixed all error (include pressflow, applied for patches)!

Thanks Xavier G so much!



Tue, 03/09/2013 - 21:48


I can't tell why the parse error message you got looks incomplete, but I think the complete error you encounters actually is:

PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected end of file in block-introduction-details.tpl.php on line 81

Errors parsing block-introduction-details.tpl.php   It is due to a short opening PHP tag on line 48 of the mentioned file, i.e. there is "<?" instead of "<?php". Technically, this shall be fixed by ensuring all '<?' occurrences are replaced with '<?php'. You may choose to enable short tags in your PHP configuration too. By the way, did you take the time to downgrade to the old-but-tested PHP 5.3.2 or are you still working with a more recent version of PHP?  

Wed, 04/09/2013 - 03:41

Thank you Xavier G!

Problem have been solved!