i dont know why the body field is not displayed any where.

When i create any new article, i can enter the body content.

But i cant view the body content as well as when i edit any nodes with body field, i cant edit the body either.

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verynic’s picture

Me too,at the beginning,I have thought it due to the Advanced Forum module,but after i post a blog,the same error happened.

verynic’s picture

Me too,at the beginning,I have thought it due to the Advanced Forum module,but after i post a blog,the same error happened.

droplet’s picture

can you post more info, what modules do you installed.

Vasu’s picture

I had this problem after installing organic group. When I disabled 'og-field access' all the body fields were back.

Berdir’s picture

Status: Active » Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

#4: Sounds like a feature to me then ;) Are others using any field access modules?

The body is a field. If you have field access modules installed, then you need to grant access to the body.

verynic’s picture

#4,You digged it. I follow you and then it's ok.

droplet’s picture

Project: Drupal core » Organic groups
Version: 7.x-dev » 7.x-1.x-dev
Component: field system » og_access.module
Status: Postponed (maintainer needs more info) » Active

I've never use it, not sure it's a bug or user conf mistake, move to OG.

amitaibu’s picture

Component: og_access.module » og.module
Priority: Major » Normal
Status: Active » Closed (duplicate)
ThomFlash’s picture

Had the same issue and disabling Organic Groups, Entity, and Profile2 did the trick. FYI: I disabled the modules, loaded a page, and then re-enabled them hoping to have both the content display and ability to add user profiles. Unfortunately, a no-go. Any idea for getting user profiles working without losing content?

Vasu’s picture

I would suggest that you try enabling or disabling one at a time, starting with og-field-access rather than disabling all three at the same time and see which one is the culprit. Remember to flush the cache after each change.

Rob C’s picture

Subscribe, granting access to non-group node types from og to see the body? sounds a bit odd. disabling the 'og-field access' submodule makes it all work again.

Jooblay.com’s picture

We had the same issue with (Organic groups field access 7.x-1.0) as above, in all content types, be it basic page, webforms, books, articles. Any content type totally collapsed after enabling the above Organic groups field access. Disabling it immediately restored the content type, body, summary and file fields.

The Fix: After disabling the Organic groups field access then hammering cashe about 4 times and then enabling (Organic groups field access 7.x-1.0) all the content types are restored and Organic groups is functioning proper.

In closing it seems this could be from enabling Organic Groups in the wrong order and/or multi-enabling of more then one mode in Organic Groups Module.

good luck:)

Aamuktha’s picture

Hi, I'm also having this problem.When I create a new node (drupal 6) of contnet type article, it doesn,t show the body field in IE (all versions) alone only for site admin role.When an authenticated user creates a node of article content type, the body field is showing in all versions of IE browser.Other then IE browser the body field displayed for both site admin and authenticated user.
Can anyone help me in this?

Thanks in advance.

smiley132’s picture

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