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  2228   Thu May 10 13:03:51 2007 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chQuestionWindows | AlllastRe: Import log

bob wrote:
thank you,
but the last method (simplest for me) does not import the comment.
it's a pity...


Ok, I implemented the XML import which also includes the text body. However there are currently two limitations:

  • If you want to import entries which contain replies, it only works if import them into an empty logbook, where the imported entries can obtain the same entry IDs as in the original logbook.
  • The names of possible attachments are correctly imported, but not the files themselves. These you have to copy by hand.
  65650   Tue Nov 13 17:59:35 2007 Agree An Thaithaithan@gmx.deInfoWindows | All2.7.0Re: New ELOG version with HTML Editor

Congratulation Stefan and Co.!

I think Elog is the first Weblog which supports this feature.

The new integrated HTML WYSIWYG editor is great. Now, my colleagues who are in finance department and don't have good IT-skill will be very happy about this feature.

Thank you for your support and effort.  

  66892   Mon Sep 6 16:18:41 2010 Reply Robert Heineheine@kph.uni-mainz.deCommentWindows | All2.8.-2312Re: How to make Subst run?
Thank you Andreas!

So I will generate the preset entry in a shell script.

And now to something completely different:
Is there a way to make the elogd options -x and -install work together?

Grli

Robert
  68208   Fri Nov 27 06:53:54 2015 Question David Dunneddunne@seven.com.auQuestionWindows | Other3.1.0If a Required Attribute starts with a number No CKEditor
Hello, Is the below an issue or am I doing something incorrectly? Creating an attribute starting with a number and then including that attribute in the Required Attribute list prevents access to the CKEditior. This appears to be the case at least with FreeBSD (10.2 Rel) using Elog V3.1.0 and Windows 7 with Elog V3.1.1-3f311c5. The problem can be recreated using the Elog supplied sample config and adding the necessary attribute, sample config showing below. While attribute 7SWM is part of the Required Attributes the CKEditor fails to appear, remove 7SWM from the Required Attributes list and the CKEditor returns. [global] port = 8080 [demo] Theme = default Comment = General Linux Tips & Tricks Attributes = Author, Type, Category, Subject, 7SWM Options Type = Routine, Software Installation, Problem Fixed, Configuration, Other Options Category = General, Hardware, Software, Network, Other Options 7SWM = Name-1, Name-2, Name-3 Extendable Options = Category Required Attributes = Author, Type, 7SWM Page Title = ELOG - $subject Reverse sort = 1 Quick filter = Date, Type Thank you, David Dunne
  68209   Fri Dec 11 14:30:10 2015 Warning Andreas Luedekeandreas.luedeke@psi.chBug reportWindows | Other3.1.1-bc8310aRe: If a Required Attribute starts with a number No CKEditor
Hi David,
I can confirm a bug: changing the encoding does not work if you have a required attribute starting with a digit. The following minimal config reproduces the bug:
[global]
Default encoding = 1
[test]
Attributes = 7SWM 
Options 7SWM = Name
Required Attributes = 7SWM

Whatever you choose as a default encoding you'll be stuck with. If you remove the "Required Attributes" it works again.

The workaround is very simple: do not use any attributes that do start with a digit :-)

Cheers, Andreas

David Dunne wrote:
Hello, Is the below an issue or am I doing something incorrectly? Creating an attribute starting with a number and then including that attribute in the Required Attribute list prevents access to the CKEditior. This appears to be the case at least with FreeBSD (10.2 Rel) using Elog V3.1.0 and Windows 7 with Elog V3.1.1-3f311c5. The problem can be recreated using the Elog supplied sample config and adding the necessary attribute, sample config showing below. While attribute 7SWM is part of the Required Attributes the CKEditor fails to appear, remove 7SWM from the Required Attributes list and the CKEditor returns. [global] port = 8080 [demo] Theme = default Comment = General Linux Tips & Tricks Attributes = Author, Type, Category, Subject, 7SWM Options Type = Routine, Software Installation, Problem Fixed, Configuration, Other Options Category = General, Hardware, Software, Network, Other Options 7SWM = Name-1, Name-2, Name-3 Extendable Options = Category Required Attributes = Author, Type, 7SWM Page Title = ELOG - $subject Reverse sort = 1 Quick filter = Date, Type Thank you, David Dunne

 

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