[opencms-dev] Property related Problems - Please file a bug r eport
rod.thorburn at pavtech.co.nz
Thu May 29 00:56:01 CEST 2003
I posted a property related problem on 27/05 - relating to properties not
being published. Before I post a bug report I'd like to present this issue
again to be sure that I am not missing something in the process.
The problem that I am experiencing is really quite simple and doesn't
involve any scriptlet code. On a html page I create a property who's value
is used by the jsptemplate to dynamically render an image on the page. All
works fine in the off-line project. However, when the page (and templates)
are published, the property is not published!
If in the online project I view the properties of the page concerned, the
property is missing (therefore it is not available to the template in the
online project). It is there in the off-line project.
I confirm that the newly created property is listed in the Admin. view -
Properties Management for the type 'page'.
The weird thing is, another property that I created for the same page/s was
published, and that variable is available to the published templates.
From: Alexander Kandzior [mailto:a.kandzior at alkacon.com]
Sent: Thursday, 29 May 2003 7:06 a.m.
To: opencms-dev at opencms.org
Subject: [opencms-dev] Property related Problems - Please file a bug
there have been a couple of people reporting issues with reading
properties recently. Our own templates make heavy use of properties and
we never have encountered the problems described. However, there might
still be bugs that haven't found yet.
To tackle these bugs, we require a bug report with some complete code
examples that show the behaviour. Please make these reoprts in the
OpenCms bugzilla http://www.opencms.org/bugzilla/.
Alkacon Software - The OpenCms Experts
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