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New composer.json location is not listed in PHP Composer in Plesk: Could not load packages

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    Peter Schuetz
    • Going to Domains > example.com > PHP Composer > Click on [change] > The folder where the new composer.json file is located is not listed


    I don't have SSH access to my servers.
    I really need a possibility to fix this problem in the Plesk-GUI.

     

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    Hi Peter Schuetz
    SSH access is essential to be able to apply this solution. If you still have this issue, please contact your hosting provider.

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    Peter Schuetz (Edited )

    Yes, I still have the problem that some directories with a contained file composer.json are not found and therefore I cannot use the git functions for these repositories.
    I would like to see a "Search again" function here:
    Domains > example.com > PHP Composer > Click on [change].

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    Mikhail Shport

    Hello Peter Schuetz,

    The idea looks interesting so I would suggest you create a request on the UserVoice portal. Indeed, it will be really helpful when access via SSH is not possible.
    The top-ranked suggestions are likely to be included in the next versions of Plesk.

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