[opencms-dev] RE: opencms-dev Digest, Vol 68, Issue 4

apoorv.durga at wipro.com apoorv.durga at wipro.com
Sat Nov 26 08:06:26 CET 2005


for points 2 and 3,

a) if the whole page expires, you get a 404 page. You can customize
files in /system/handler/ for displaying 404 and 500 errors.
b) if a part of page expires, the behavior is different. for example, if
ur page displays a list of xmlcontent items and one of those expires,
then that expired content will just disappear.




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anandkrishna.sharma at wipro.com
	Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 3:56 AM
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	Subject: [opencms-dev] RE: opencms-dev Digest, Vol 68, Issue 4



	Hi,

	We are currently doing an OpenCMS implementation for one of our
customers and they want to know how do we handle the expired contents.

	1) Can we set an expired date for a content / page?

	2) After the expiry of the content, what hapens if a user clicks
on a link that points to the page that has expired?

	3) Is it possible to redirect that to another page with a valid
contenet for the current time?

	

	Thanks a lot

	ANand

	


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