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GithubBot[distro] gac410 pushed 1 new commit to Release02x01: https://git.io/vMKo6
distro/Release02x01 69f877a George Clark: Item14279: Fix encoding of password in CLI bootstrap...
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GithubBot[distro] gac410 pushed 1 new commit to Release02x01: https://git.io/vMKKZ
distro/Release02x01 92e7fd6 George Clark: Item13883: Typos in the documentation
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zak256I think I found a problem: When performing a query-search with formfield names starting with a number, I get a "Missing operator" error. But at least in System.DataForms I cannot see any restriction documented, that formfield names must not start with a number. [15:41]
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Hanumaanwhat is the problem in this foswiki nginx configuration this is the nginx error output: https://dpaste.de/9D1i [16:19]
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LynnwoodI'm trying once again to see how I might accomplishing something close to Immediate web notification.
I tried to two available plugins last week and neither worked.
However, it occurs to me that one could almost do the same thing with a relative small change to MailerContrib.
MailerContrib already looks for a variable defining NotifyTopicName.
_if_ the webnotify script allowed for specifying an alterative NotifyTopicName, one could set up alternative frequently-firing cron job to target a secondary topic with list of subscriptions for users wishing to receive frequent updates.
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zak256Hi gac410. May I ask again: I think I found a problem: When performing a query-search with formfield names starting with a number, I get a "Missing operator" error. But at least in System.DataForms I cannot see any restriction documented, that formfield names must not start with a number.
Is this a bug, or a documentation error?
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gac410Y, it doesn't sound right. I have no idea on bug vs. docs. I'd say ask MichaelDaum, but he's not here right now.
Is it just an issue when referencing the field in search syntax, or is it completely inaccesible. ie, can %FORMFIELD{}% access the field
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zak256He was there, when I asked 2 hours before, but didn't answer.
The latter works.
But the search syntax gives the missing operator error.
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gac410Okay, so that does seem to indicate that's a specific search parsing error as opposed to a general formfield limitation.
That's an area of the code that I have not really been into at all.
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zak256Hmm... ok
Maybe someone else can look into this another time.
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gac410Anyway, if you created a formfield and just could not access it at all, I'd lean towards it being a restriction. But with it working in some macros and failing in other places, that does sound more like a bug. [17:35]
zak256I guess it's the parsing of the query-search string. I tried quoting the formfield name, but that doesn't work. [17:37]
gac410The dev's who did a lot of the work on the Query parser, are no longer active. Jobs change ..
cdot has done some on it too. Hey cdot ... any ideas on formfields starting with a number - failing in search syntax, but working in FORMFIELD macro?
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cdotFormfield names are supposed to be wikiwords, IIRC [17:39]
zak256Hmm... and WikiWords must not begin with a number if I remember correctly├č
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gac410definitely not a documented restriction though. Even WikiWord not mentioned in DataForms docs on names
Actually it states "Field names can in theory include any text, but you should stick to alphanumeric characters."
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zak256Yes, that's what I read as well.
I'll stick to regex search then for now.
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