AW: [opencms-dev] Problem with contentload

Matthias Neher Matthias.Neher at
Mon Oct 24 14:29:25 CEST 2005

Hi Bernd,

Thank you. Unfortunately, it does not work. Maybe it is a bug.
Has anybody else any idea?

Thanks a lot in advance

Matthias Neher                     Fon: +49-7541-6047-143
doubleSlash Net-Business GmbH      Fax: +49-7541-6041-111
Müllerstr. 12 B                    Matthias.Neher at
D-88045 Friedrichshafen  

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Von: opencms-dev-bounces at
[mailto:opencms-dev-bounces at]Im Auftrag von Bernd Wolfsegger
Gesendet: Montag, 24. Oktober 2005 13:09
An: The OpenCms mailing list
Betreff: Re: [opencms-dev] Problem with contentload

I think you just have to omit the "file" attribute.
This works with the cms:contenshow tag and with the API property method.
I have not tested the cms:property tag though; maybe it's a bug.

Kind regards, Bernd

On Monday, 24. October 2005 13:28, Matthias Neher wrote:
> Hi list,
> I'm still working at my news-archive.
> To remember: I have news items which are xml content files. These files
> stored in a folder called news. The index.html shows a list of all news
> items stored in its folder. Old news items should not be shown in this
> list. They should appear in another list (archive or something like that).
> My first approach was to create a subfolder (archive) and to move old news
> items into this folder by a script. It works but I have problems with the
> filenames. If a news item (let me say newsitem_0003.html) is moved to the
> archive folder and you create a new news item, it has the same filename
> (newsitem_0003.html). Sometime this new created news item will be old too
> and should be moved to the archive folder. In this folder there is already
> a file "newsitem_0003.html". So this could not work.
> My second approach is to have no special archive folder. All news (actual
> ones and old ones) are in the same folder. I like to create two list views
> - one which shows only actual news items one which shows old news items. I
> like to differ whether a news item is old or not by using a property. Now
> it is impossible to read a property of a file during the contentload tag.
> tried the following:
> <cms:contentload collector="allInFolderDateReleasedDesc"
> param="${opencms.folder}newsitem_${number}.html|500" editable="true">
>  <cms:property name="is_in_archive" file="uri" /><br />
> ...
> I do only get the property value of the file which creates the list, not
> the actual news item file.
> Any idea?
> Thanks a lot in advance
> Best regards
> Matthias
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> Matthias Neher                     Fon: +49-7541-6047-143
> doubleSlash Net-Business GmbH      Fax: +49-7541-6041-111
> Müllerstr. 12 B                    Matthias.Neher at
> D-88045 Friedrichshafen  


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