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Login error with sfDoctrineGuard 5.x

I am getting this error - "Unknown record property / related component "permissions" on "sfGuardUser", referer:" - in my error_log when I attempt to login to my symfony 1.4 app after deployment. I do not get it on my local machine.

When I submit the login form, Symfony throws a 500 error. If I refresh the page, the login form is reposted and I am logged in.

Can anyone suggest what might be causing this? Symfony version is 1.4.11.

Please only reply if you are a native english speaker.

My dev machine is OSX 10.6 (Snow leopard). The server is Centos Linux. DB is MySQL

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codecowboy | 05/09/11 at 9:45am Edit


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    05/21/11
    1:43am
    José Nahuel Cuesta Luengo says:

    Have you created all the model tables in sfGuardDoctrinePlugin's schema in your database?

    It seems like Doctrine cannot find "permissions" compound relation.

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    05/21/11
    1:43am
    Jimish Gamit says:

    Just try below one

    ./symfony doctrine:build --all --and-load --no-confirmation


    and do clear the cache

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    05/09/11
    9:56am
    codecowboy says:

    I have cleared cache and rebuilt everything - the problem remains.

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    05/09/11
    10:08am
    codecowboy says:

    Yes, the schema and databases are identical on both systems.

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    05/09/11
    10:17am
    Jimish Gamit says:

    delete all SFGuard Forms from lib/form/doctrine/base and reinstall it

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    05/09/11
    10:29am
    codecowboy says:

    I can read stackoverflow too ;-) it didnt work.

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