We had the exact same issue and solved it today.
Our database had what looked like an issue caused by not escaping “\” in a class column of the notificationview module (Upgrade Script???).
We had to get into the DB inside our docker. Follow the below to get SQL access.
While troubleshooting an issue you maybe asked to run a SQL statement on your database Docker container, or you may want to run a statement yourself for another purpose. To do either of these things there are two options.
Using the command line
Using the GUI called PhpMyAdmin
Before you can run a statement inside the docker container you will need to find the container name. This can be done using the docker ps command.
The resulting output will show a list of running docker con…
select * from module where module=‘notificationview’;
If the “class” column has “XiboWidgetNotificationView” as its value, this is wrong. It needs to be “Xibo\Widget\NotificationView”.
To update the row enter:
update module set class=‘Xibo\\Widget\\NotificationView’ where module=‘notificationview’;
That should be it!