I have just purchased and installed your Job plugin and have found a couple of bugs.
When you save or update a vacancy you see a page error; url /backend/AmjadKhan/jobs/vacancies/update/1, referrer /secure-dashboard/AmjadKhan/jobs/vacancies
The job application form on the front end has a bunch of field labels missing so you can't see what details is required to be entered.
When you enter your current salary in the application form, unless you enter as an integer you get an SQL error PDOException: SQLSTATE: Warning: 1265 Data truncated for column 'current_salary' at row 1 in /home/vagrant/development/hetheringtonhouse/vendor/doctrine/dbal/lib/Doctrine/DBAL/Driver/PDOStatement.php:105
At this stage the plugin isn't really usable. Are you able to get these issues sorted or is there something I have missed in the setup.
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I have restarted my server and tested again and still face the same issues. Plugin version is 1.0.19.
I have followed the install instructions;
Include scripts in layout file
Add component to CMS page
The DB structure shows the ‘current_salary’ column as type INT, and the column does not allow null. But the current salary field is not required in the application form. This causes an sql error if the field is not filled.
The application form is missing field placeholders so those fields give no indication as to what information is required for that field. The field labels are not showing due to a CSS rule. Because the 'required' indicator * is in the field label, you can't see which fields are required.
The update and index pages for vacancies in the backend are linking to /backend/AmjadKhan/jobs/vacancies/update/* and /backend/AmjadKhan/jobs/vacancies/index. For applications using a custom backend uri, this link breaks.
I have released the next version, fixes two bugs i.e placeholders insertion and 'current salary' to varchar because the third option is customized uri, so you can change it according to your customized urls, because on octobercms default urls its working perfectly.
I have one important enhancement, plugin filters and sorts received applications according to the job title.
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