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  67   Thu Jul 11 10:36:09 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chBug fix  Re: a bug and a question
>    If you have only one entry in the logbook and have it set up in threaded 
> mode like: ?cmd=Search&mode=threaded&reverse=1, when you click on the icon 
> of the entry or the number of the entry to see it, it does not allow you 
> to.  If there is more than one entry, it works fine.  

Ok, has been fixed. Will come in 2.0.5

>    Also I wanted to make a submit page from where you could either go back 
> to the logbook which you just entered a message for or type a new entry for 
> that logbook.  First of all, is there a way to have only one file called 
> submitpage.html in which I can define this for all logbooks or do i need it 
> for ever logbook.  And also, is there a way I can even set a link that will 
> allow to create a new entry.  I tried: 
>     <a href="demo/?cmd=new">Enter</a> another message<p>
> 
> but for some reason it does not work.  Is there a way to implement this?

The documentation was wrong about that which has been corrected. The proper 
file contents should be

<h1>You successfully submitted a message</h1>
<a href="?cmd=Back">Back</a> to the logbook<p>
<a href="?cmd=New">Enter</a> another message

This way one only needs one file for all logbooks.
  67   Thu Jul 11 10:36:09 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chBug fix  Re: a bug and a question
>    If you have only one entry in the logbook and have it set up in threaded 
> mode like: ?cmd=Search&mode=threaded&reverse=1, when you click on the icon 
> of the entry or the number of the entry to see it, it does not allow you 
> to.  If there is more than one entry, it works fine.  

Ok, has been fixed. Will come in 2.0.5

>    Also I wanted to make a submit page from where you could either go back 
> to the logbook which you just entered a message for or type a new entry for 
> that logbook.  First of all, is there a way to have only one file called 
> submitpage.html in which I can define this for all logbooks or do i need it 
> for ever logbook.  And also, is there a way I can even set a link that will 
> allow to create a new entry.  I tried: 
>     <a href="demo/?cmd=new">Enter</a> another message<p>
> 
> but for some reason it does not work.  Is there a way to implement this?

The documentation was wrong about that which has been corrected. The proper 
file contents should be

<h1>You successfully submitted a message</h1>
<a href="?cmd=Back">Back</a> to the logbook<p>
<a href="?cmd=New">Enter</a> another message

This way one only needs one file for all logbooks.
  68828   Thu Jun 14 19:17:41 2018 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chQuestionLinux3.1.3Re: edit templates from config page
As always, Andreas has clever ideas. Never thought about this possibility.

Stefan
  68502   Thu Dec 15 11:12:09 2016 Question stefano bonaldostefano.bonaldo.13@gmail.comBug reportMac OSX3.1.2elogd crash on sorting the entries by an datetime attribute

Hello,

I'm facing with a crash, which happen when I sort the entries by a datetime attribute (sort or rsort) and then i change the display mode from Full, Summary and Threaded.

For example, the elogd crashes when I try to connect from the Full display to Summary in sort mode. The issue presents for example by entering with the following URL:

http://host.name.com:8080/65+nm/?mode=summary&sort=Record+date

Can you please help me?

Here I reduced my elogd.cfg at minimum and I still get this issue:

[global]
port = 8080

[65 nm]
Attributes = Record date

Type Record date = datetime
Preset Record date = $date
List Display = Record date
Start page = ?sort=Record date

  67838   Fri Mar 27 05:39:29 2015 Reply Banata Wachid Ridwanzjogjacard@yahoo.comQuestionWindows3.0.0Re: Permission to view

I just read all administrator guide especially in :

http://midas.psi.ch/elog/config.html#access

and I didnt find it that exactly match with my need, or maybe I read wrong section :P

maybe my explanation little bit general.

I'll try to explain in detail, In my office, I just create 1 logbook for all employee,

one of my friend ask me if it possible to only give few people the ability to read all entry inside the logbook (all members), and the others (rest of the members) only able to input entry in the logbook and read their own.

please guide us.

Andreas Luedeke wrote:

Yes, it is possible. And explained in ELOG documentation.

Banata Wachid Ridwan wrote:

Hello,

related to the permission, is it possible to set permission ?, so only the owner or certain people can view list all logbok and regular member can only see their own logbook, not the others.

thanx for the help
 

 

 

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