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Contents elements 1.8

Postby brunyan on Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:08 pm

Hello,
I have installed joomlafish 1.8 in my joomla 1.0.13 site, and I've noticed that when i choose translation->contents, in joomlafish panel, it doesn't show all the contents in table content.
In the file /contentelements/content.xml there is a filter that when i remove it, shows all contents including does that have state less than 0.
<filter>c.state &gt;= 0 </filter>

I think that the filter it's not working well, because of &gt; that it's not passed to the SQL query!

How can i fix this problem!

Thanks
Bruno
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Re: Contents elements 1.8

Postby alex on Wed Jun 24, 2009 1:30 pm

The filter normally excludes content items. This means all "trashed items" (state=0) are excluded by this filter.

You can try replacing &gt; with < but in general this should work.

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Re: Contents elements 1.8

Postby brunyan on Sat Jun 27, 2009 6:40 pm

Hi Alex,

What is happen is that i can only see the itens with state=0!
And i can't use the "<" simbol inside a xml file ;)

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Re: Contents elements 1.8

Postby alex on Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:13 pm

Yeap this is why the < was converted. I see that in the 2.0 files we have removed this filter again totally as it is now handled differently.

As Joomla 1.0 is over its EOL - what about upgrading your site? This will also solve your problem ;-)

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