Upgrading to Mavericks OS X 10.9 or Yosemite 10.10 and the Web Enabler Shared error
Posted by Jeff Tweddale on 24 Oct 2013 09:08 AM
BookingCenter is built on a development platform that uses an SDK of the Mac OS X that supports Open Transport - which has been used by Apple since the 1990s to access network functions such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, etc. Apple removed Open Transport from the Core Services Framework in the OS X 10.9 Mavericks SDK (released October 22nd, 2013). Yosemite uses this same network stack.
If you do not wish to upgrade to Version 7, we can recommend 2 options if you find yourself receiving an error after the upgrade to Mavericks:
To try our demo, click Demo Now from the MyPMS page at: http://www.bookingcenter.com/products/mypms.html.
We have posted 2 reference guides for learning and using the system.
1. The MyPMS Training Guide (17 pages, .pdf file) can be downloaded from: http://www.bookingcenter.com/files/MyPMS_Training_Guide.pdf. Use this for quickly getting up to speed on the MyPMS system - it's designed to train staff on basic operations.
2.Roll back your Mac OS X to a pre- OS X 10.9 state (i.e., uninstall Mavericks).This is easy to do if you have been using Time Machine, but more complex if you do not have a backup of your Mac from prior to the Mavericks installation.
Here are a few resources to assist with uninstalling Mavericks and going back to your previous OS X where the BookingCenter Desktop PMS ran fine.
As we get more news on our support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, we will make BookingCenter customers aware of them.