jsreport start has suddenly stopped working ?!
I am getting this error:
aridyball@Aris-MacBook-Pro v3 % jsreport start
"start" command not found in this installation, check that you are writing the command correctly or check if the command is available in your installation, use "jsreport -h" to see the list of available commands
This has happened today - it is happening on my local development jsreport server - have tried to create. anew fresh server and it is happening there too.
jsreport verison - 3.6.2
cli - 2.2.5
It seems to have started if i use "Node server"
You have an old v2 cli. You have now also an old config file.
Run the following to get the up to date cli
npm uninstall -g jsreport-cli npm i -g @jsreport/jsreport-cli
Ok, I am a bit confused though - version 3.6.2 was working with this cli version yesterday
Also it is not really clear which one to use - and there is nothing on the preferred version that I can find here https://jsreport.net/learn/cli
Package "jsreport-cli" is intended to use with v2
Package "@jsreport/jsreport-cli" is intended to use with v3
Hi Jan - any tips.
Uninstalling does not seem to work
what is the content of your package.json? what I think is that somehow the old
jsreport-cliis on your
you can verify by running these two commands:
npm list @jsreport/jsreport-cli, it should return something like this:
└─┬ email@example.com └── @firstname.lastname@example.org
npm list jsreport-cli, it should return something like this:
if the output looks different then something is wrong on the package.json or perhaps a fresh
npm install(removing the
node_modulesfolder first) need to be done
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This is the package.json
I deleted the node_modules then ran npm install but still have cli 2.2.5
The list of global npm packages says 3.2.1 but checking the version always says 2.2.5
Hm, this only happens to me when I have there the old
Don't you have a package.json or node_modules somewhere up the tree?
Didn't you install also jsreport binary and have it somewhere?
Could you try in a different folder to run the common install steps?
npm uninstall -g jsreport-cli npm install @jsreport/jsreport-cli -g mkdir jsreportapp cd jsreportapp jsreport init jsreport configure jsreport start