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prtdiniz
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UNRESOLVED DEPENDENCY - GGROUP MISSSING

I Instaled Opigno 2.9 with composer. After the installation, I went to the update.php to update the packages. After all, I can't access my OPIGNO. The is an error UNRESOLVED DEPENDENCY - GGROUP Missing in more than 15 modules/services. I looked for a solution because I tried three times and I saw just one solution: No Upgrade Group Module/Pack.... But I think it's not a solution because I think there will be a time when I will need to upgrade it.

Please, somebody could help me?

axel
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If you installed Opigno from

If you installed Opigno from scratch there is no need to update database. But you should not receive this error in any case. From your description of the issue, we can understand that the module "ggroup" is missing.It seems consequently that something went wrong when installing Opigno with composer. Could you please try to clear composer cache and try to install Opigno again ? 

prtdiniz
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Installed with composer

I installed Opigno with composer and I updated the module with the update option inside the Opigno Reports. I tryied it three times in different servers (all Ubuntu) , but always I have the same problem. Now I didn't update the Group module and I'm working Ok with Opigno....

asikuy
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installing with composer

after you install with composer, are you getting errors when finishing the installation via the browser? or do you finish the installation, and then you are updating modules from the administration dashboard? When you install Opigno with composer, all updates need to be done thru composer. Do not use the dashboard or status reports to update. All Opigno, Core and modules updates need to be done in Composer. Otherwise you can break your website.