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  • #6342

    furyruf
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    Hi all

    I’m trying to install OroCRM (1.4.0 RC1) but when I clone repository and run composer update I’m trying to run command php app/console oro:install and I’m getting error:

    Any ideas? Thanks.

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  • #6346

    Alexandr Smaga
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    Hello!

    Could you please share full stack trace (try to post on pastebin or similar) ?
    Could you please run php app/check.php in order to be sure that all symfony requirements are met ?

    #6363

    furyruf
    Participant

    Hi Alexandr.

    That’s full stack that has been shown in terminal.

    Here is php app/check.php output:

    #6367

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    It looks like libicu issue, but it’s weird that symfony check shows OK. What’s version of libicu do you have ?

    #6431

    fbruno93
    Participant

    Hi !
    I’ve same issue and I’ve same Symfony’s requirements.
    Where can I find licicu’s version ?

    I’m on Win 8.

    Thaks to your response.

    Bruno.

    #6434
    Yevhen Shyshkin
    Yevhen Shyshkin
    Oro Core

    Hello.

    To check libicu version you can run phpinfo() and look at intl extension section.

    Another cause of this issue might be that you set not supported locale during installation (or in parameters.yml). Try to set it to “en” or to some other common locale and check whether it helps.

    #6500

    fbruno93
    Participant

    Hi !
    Thank to your awser !
    In my parameters.yml my local is “en”
    and my phpinfo();
    i’ve this version for intl :

    version 1.1.0
    ICU version 51.2
    ICU Data version 51.2

    It’s correct or not ?

    #6519
    Yevhen Shyshkin
    Yevhen Shyshkin
    Oro Core

    That’s odd – look’s like an issue in Symfony/Intl bundle. Please, try to update vendors (or remove them and install again), and then do oro:install again.

    If it will not help then the best thing you can do you – trace this error in your environment and find out why data isn’t there. You can add breakpoint to RecursiveArrayAccess::get method and check stack trace.

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