[opencms-dev] Some noobs problem or bug ?

Alexander Kandzior alex at opencms.org
Wed May 28 12:19:01 CEST 2003


Your problem almost certainly relates to not having implemeted the
"right" methods for the ElementCache in your XMlTemplate output
elements. Try set element caching to "false" completly overwriting that
getCacheDrirectives() method in your XMLTemplate class, the default is
true. Check the mailing list or ye olde part of the PDF docs for details
about this.

For the rest it sounds that you are on the right track. Make sure that
your publishProject() method looks something like this:

    public static void publishProject(CmsObject cms, Boolean
        Integer projectId, Integer versionId, Long publishingDate,
        Vector changedRessources, Vector changedModuleData) throws
CmsException {
        // Publish the ressources for this module
            projectId.intValue(), versionId.intValue(),
            publishingDate.longValue(), getStaticId(),
            changedRessources, changedModuleData);

Do not manually tamper with the master module tables. This spells
certain doom for OpenCms data consitency. Also, I am not sure but there
might be bugs in 4.7.7 related to the master module that have been fixed
for the 5.0 release. 

Best Regards,

Alexander Kandzior
Alkacon Software - The OpenCms Experts

> -----Original Message-----
> From: opencms-dev-admin at opencms.org 
> [mailto:opencms-dev-admin at opencms.org] On Behalf Of Tristan Roddis
> Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 12:47 PM
> To: opencms-dev at opencms.org
> Subject: Re: [opencms-dev] Some noobs problem or bug ?
> On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 11:04:09AM +0200, Alexander Kandzior wrote:
> > Tristan
> > 
> > > We are having the same problem in that none of our dynamic
> > > content (stored in the mastermodule tables) is available when 
> > > we switch between Online and Offline Projects in the admin system.
> > 
> > When you say "stored in the mastermodule tables" are you 
> talking about 
> > the database table CMS_MODULE_MASTER?
> Yes, exactly. We seem to be having trouble getting content 
> stored there to publish in the online project, despite having 
> implemented 
> the publishProject() method in the content defintion.
> I'm trying to trace what's going on, and to begin with, it 
> seems that the 
> table CMS_MODULE_ONLINE_MASTER is not always being populated 
> when I hit 
> Publish (I emptied the table of data, and then re-published 
> the project to 
> see if the table would fill up, which it didn't. I also tried 
> creating a 
> new content element that correctly got added to 
> to CMS_MODULE_ONLINE_MASTER even after publishing)
> There also seems to be some trouble getting this content to 
> publish - when 
> I manually copied everything from CMS_MODULE_MASTER to 
> CMS_MODULE_ONLINE_MASTER, then the 'dynamic' pages at 
> /opencms/opencms/blah still showed what appeared to be static 
> content for 
> the online project. I.e. myfile.html?ID=1 and myfile.html?ID=2 gave 
> exactly the same page, despite the fact that they show 
> different pages in 
> the offline project.
> Do you have any ideas what this could be casued by? We are 
> using OpenCMS 
> 4.77
> Thanks in advance,
> -Tristan.
> -- 
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