Make sure you refresh your cache and run compilation after installing the module.
The error “Method âparseâ not defined in adapter catalogone/convert_adapter_category” means that magneto can’t find the code, so it can’t run it…
All code gives the error like ‘Method’’ parse’ not defined etc in adapter category. I have same error occur in mine.Can you suggest us the exact code if you found. ?
Maybe this can help you, or maybe you have onother error. I was crazy with this same error, and after about two hours, I realized that was only a simple error in config.xml file. I am trying to rewrite the method in a local module, and in the config file I had something like this
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
If you read it, you didnÂ´t see any error, but the problem was that I was using Eclipse as Editor, and used the code formating shortcut Ctr-Shift-F. This had adding a Newline after Category !! (really are spaces not a newline) so, the system, when trying to find the class was looking for ‘Category. .php’ So, the system didn’t find the file, as Ryan Grow had said.
This was my system.log
2012-06-29T20:35:20+00:00 ERR (3): Warning: include(Company\Catalog\Model\Convert\Adapter\Category
.php) [<a href='function.include'>function.include</a>]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in \lib\Varien\Autoload.php on line 93
Note all the spaces before .php
So, check out if this could be the problem..
BTW, thanks for the script!! working even in 188.8.131.52 version
P.S.: Maybe this can be added as a new feature or be considered as bug, but Magento team should add a trim before the include! don’t you think so? don’t sure where to add that trim, but maybe in core/Mage/Core/Model/Config.php
P.S.2: I was reading the Magento code, and in fact there was a trim, but in the function getModelClassName of Config.php, but, in this case, the system is calling the function getGroupedClassName that is not using any trim