#foswiki 2013-08-28,Wed

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harlanAre there functions in FW that will let me calculate the number of days between two dates? I'd like to have the start/end dates be separate columns in a table... [03:35]
gac410harlan: spreadsheet plugin timediff might do some rudimentary calculations [03:39]
harlanthanks - I'll look gac410 [03:41]
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harlanin: | 2012/01/01 | %CALC{"$TIME( $ROW(-1) )"}% | %CALC{"$TIME(2012/12/31)"}% |
the 2nd column displays as 0.
What am I doing wrong?
Ah. Column, not row.
but it still doesn't work...
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OK, looks like I also need $T() and I don't yet see a way to use $T() with relative row/column items. [04:22]
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harlanOK, why does this not duplicate the value in the first column in the 2nd: | 2012/12/31 | %CALC{"$T( $ROW():C1 )"}% | [05:20]
or rather "display" [05:32]
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OK, that was less than fun, but at least I have it working now [05:59]
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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/jmg24Q
foswiki/master 75bed67 CrawfordCurrie: Item12525: minor doc fix...
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FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item12525 [ Item12525: reverse logic doesn't work ] [07:42]
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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to Release01x01: http://git.io/yN3bjg
foswiki/Release01x01 0fae0b2 CrawfordCurrie: Item12525: bring Release01x01 codebase up to trunk level...
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foswiki_irc4hi
Do anyone speak german and can give me support to intall foswiki
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jastfoswiki_irc4: prinzipiell ja, aber ich hab momentan andere sachen zu tun und kann nur zwischendurch bei konkreten fehlern kurz sagen, was ich dazu weiß. ich weiß nicht, ob das für dich reicht...
ich bin nicht der einzige, der hier deutsch spricht, aber die anderen sind anscheinend momentan auch nicht so ganz hier
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LynnwoodGreetings everyone.
Does anyone have any ideas how one could create a copy of a Web and all it's subwebs? Of course, one could do this fairly easily on file level but i'm trying to imagine how do it from within Foswiki.
which leads me to the dangerous but useful-in-certain-context possibility of being able to run a shell script from within Foswiki.
In an intranet setting, this could be very useful.
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ModAcOstafaik this is not possible... Had a similar UseCase once (with some added features) and had to write a plugin for it. [15:46]
LynnwoodI do see that there are methods in perl (or modules) that allow execution of shell commands and scripts...
so seems like it should be possible. i would think it's not been done for obvious security concerns.
i have some use cases where i can easily imagine creating a shell script to accomplish but would not know where to start in creating a plugin to do same.
sigh... should learn more perl
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ModAcOstWell I did it a lot simpler, just iterating over all the topics using Foswiki::Func without operating on the filesys [15:55]
FoswikiBothttp://trunk.foswiki.org/System/PerlDoc?module=Foswiki::Func [15:55]
Lynnwoodi see [15:56]
ModAcOstHave to go now however^^ [15:57]
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foswiki_irc1knock knock anybody home [16:23]
IM having problems with ldap authenticating to our AD server
is there some sort of test script I can run to ensure connectivity
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TerjeAndersen/tools/ldaptest? [16:36]
foswiki_irc1ill try that
ok its there but I cannot run it?
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TerjeAndersenyou will have to do it via the command line, first editing the script putting the correct parameters, then running it with "perl ldaptest <filter>"
perl ldaptest mail=some.mail@example.com will give you the LDAP record matching somebody with that email for instance
maybe you'll have to quote the filter
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foswiki_irc1ok trying that now
1: 000004DC: LdapErr: DSID-0C0906E8, comment: In order to perform this operation a successful bind must be completed on the connection., data 0, v1db1 at ldaptest line 85, <DATA> line 749
I think i might have entered the incorrect information into the script Im going to try again
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so i fixed the error and its still giving me the same connection issue
ok so I got it past the error portion
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So i pulled down my own AD account info
following ldap://DomainDnsZones.biztech.net/DC=DomainDnsZones,DC=biztech,DC=net IO::Socket::INET: connect: Connection timed out at ldaptest line 55, <DATA> line 749.
now im getting that
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