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  47   Tue Jul 2 09:41:57 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chInfo  Re: Options <attribute> = List????
> Hello,
>     Is it possible to have a drop down list with commas in the options.  
> For instance, if you want to have a attribute "CityState" you would 
> probably want a comma between the City and State name.  Since the Options 
> are separated by commas, it turns into two different options.  I dont know 
> if there is a way to do this or if this is a bug?

From the next version on *2.0.4), one can specify attributes in quotation 
marks like

Options town = San Francisco, "Paris, Texas", "Paris, France"

which then can include commas.
  48   Wed Jul 3 18:36:28 2002 Question Stefan Siegels_siegel@gmx.netQuestion  possible to modify link in email notification
Hello,

I have a question concerning the following situation:

There is a one logbook with two possible acces methods (defined in config 
file) one for readonly access and one for read/write access. Both entries in 
the elogd.cfg file pointing to the same logbook.

When an allowed person enters a logbook entry with an email notification the 
link to the message is given inside the email. 
This link points to the read/write logbook entry.

Is it possible to alter the link in the email notification that it points to 
the corresponding readlonly logbook entry? 

Thank you for hints, best regards,


Stefan Siegel  
  49   Thu Jul 4 09:23:50 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chComment  Re: possible to modify link in email notification
Having the URL link to a different logbook is right now not possible. But 
what about setting up a single logbook with a write password. Everybody can 
access it for reading, but only these people who know the write password 
can enter messages.
  50   Thu Jul 4 16:52:59 2002 Warning Heiko Scheith.scheit@mpi-hd.mpg.de   elog submit problem
If a message is submitted via the elog command then the reply string '> ' is only inserted in the first line if a reply is made.
This message was submitted with the following commandline:
elog -v -h midas.psi.ch -p 80 -s elogdemo -l Forum -a "Icon=icon4.gif" -a "Author=Heiko Scheit"  -a "Author Email=h.scheit@mpi-hd.mpg.de" -a "Subject=elog submit problem" "...Message-text..."

Please press the reply button to see the problem.
  51   Thu Jul 4 17:05:03 2002 Warning Heiko Scheith.scheit@mpi-hd.mpg.deBug report  reverse sort and threaded mode does not display first entry
When the option 'Reverse sort = 1' is used then the first entry
is not displayed (ID=1) when threaded mode is requested.

Probably you can see the problem using this link and switching 
on reverse sort.  

http://midas.psi.ch/elogdemo/Linux/last20?mode=threaded
  52   Thu Jul 4 17:09:09 2002 Warning Heiko Scheith.scheit@mpi-hd.mpg.deRequest  exit status of elog
The exit status of elog is always 1.  It should be zero for
a successful submission.
  53   Mon Jul 8 10:42:38 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chBug fix  Re: exit status of elog
> The exit status of elog is always 1.  It should be zero for
> a successful submission.

Has been fixed in 2.0.4
  54   Mon Jul 8 10:44:08 2002 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chBug fix  Re: elog submit problem
> If a message is submitted via the elog command then the reply string '> ' 
is only inserted in the first line if a reply is made.
> This message was submitted with the following commandline:
> elog -v -h midas.psi.ch -p 80 -s elogdemo -l Forum -a "Icon=icon4.gif" -
a "Author=Heiko Scheit"  -a "Author Email=h.scheit@mpi-hd.mpg.de" -
a "Subject=elog submit problem" "...Message-text..."
> Please press the reply button to see the problem.

Has been fixed in 2.0.4 (as you can see from this entry). Please make sure 
not to submit too long lines via "elog". For browser submissions, the line 
length is limited to 78 characters, but not for "elog" submissions.
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