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From Amanda Waite <amandarwa...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: A few problems with Olio 0.2
Date Mon, 07 Jun 2010 16:25:11 GMT
Cheers

Amanda

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:52 PM, <xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com> wrote:

>  My bad, I didn't see at first the "Create new issue" link on Jira. ;-)
> Will fix that problem about links on the event page and send a patch
> asap.
>
>
>
> Xavier Dutreilh
> FT/RD/RD/MAPS/MEP/LOV
> Thésard
> tél. 01 45 29 48 19
> xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com
>
>
> On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 16:46 +0100, Amanda Waite wrote:
> > Sorry, meant to say "are you able to" or "can you" in the second
> > sentence.
> >
> > Amanda
> >
> > On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:45 PM, Amanda Waite
> > <amandarwaite@googlemail.com> wrote:
> >         Thanks, for the investigations! Are you raise a Jira ticket
> >         for this (https://issues.apache.org/jira/login.jsp) if you
> >         have a patch then you can attach it to the ticket. I'll make
> >         sure it gets integrated. If you can't provide a patch that's
> >         fine, I'll get to it as soon as I can.
> >
> >         Thanks
> >
> >         Amanda
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >         On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:38 PM,
> >         <xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com> wrote:
> >                 After some investigations, I found out that links on
> >                 the event page are
> >                 all wrong while the ones on the home page are not. So,
> >                 it affects not
> >                 only the comment feature but also action buttons as
> >                 'Edit' and 'Delete'.
> >
> >                 In fact, I noticed that links contains references to
> >                 an Event object and
> >                 not to the actual event id. To be more concrete,
> >                 instead of this:
> >                 http://10.193.128.108:3000/events/%23%
> >                 3CEvent:0xb66c6680%3E/edit
> >                 it should be this:
> >                 http://10.193.128.108:3000/events/1/edit
> >                 In the stable release (0.2), I saw that you're using
> >                 @event (or event)
> >                 when building links. To fix this issue, it should be
> >                 @event.id or
> >                 event.id (depending of the context).
> >
> >                 Hope it helps. :)
> >
> >
> >
> >                 Regards,
> >
> >                 Xavier Dutreilh
> >                 FT/RD/RD/MAPS/MEP/LOV
> >                 Thésard
> >                 tél. 01 45 29 48 19
> >                 xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com
> >
> >
> >
> >                 On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 15:42 +0200,
> >                 xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com
> >
> >
> >                 wrote:
> >                 > Thank you for your answer, Amanda.
> >                 >
> >                 > About the second issue, I'll take a look at the code
> >                 and see what
> >                 > might
> >                 > go wrong... since logs are clean (no errors
> >                 reported).
> >                 >
> >                 > Best regards,
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 > Xavier Dutreilh
> >                 > FT/RD/RD/MAPS/MEP/LOV
> >                 > Thésard
> >                 > tél. 01 45 29 48 19
> >                 > xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 > On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 13:59 +0100, Amanda Waite
> >                 wrote:
> >                 > > Hi Xavier,
> >                 > >
> >                 > > I had noticed the first issue, but haven't yet
> >                 logged a ticket for
> >                 > it,
> >                 > > It may be fixed in the trunk, but I need to check.
> >                 I've not seen the
> >                 > > second issue, but we focus more on the test
> >                 operations passing and
> >                 > > comments on events isn't a test operation. If I
> >                 can recreate it,
> >                 > I'll
> >                 > > log a ticket and fix it in the trunk. Feel free to
> >                 take it on
> >                 > yourself
> >                 > > in the meantime. I'm just in the process of
> >                 rebuilding an Olio Rails
> >                 > > rig.
> >                 > >
> >                 > > Amanda
> >                 > >
> >                 > > On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 12:37 PM,
> >                 > <xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com>
> >                 > > wrote:
> >                 > >         Hi,
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         I tried to deploy Olio 0.2 on a bunch of
> >                 KVM hosts. I used
> >                 > >         this simple
> >                 > >         deployment scheme:
> >                 > >         - VM#1: Database Server (MySQL)
> >                 > >         - VM#2 & 3: Apache Olio (run through the
> >                 Ruby Thin server) +
> >                 > >         Geocoder
> >                 > >         (run through Tomcat)
> >                 > >         - VM#4: Load balancer (nginx)
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         At this point, everything seems to work
> >                 well. I can sign up,
> >                 > >         create
> >                 > >         events and even make friendships.
> >                 > >         But I noticed a few bad things:
> >                 > >         - The event page displays an ASF licence
> >                 above the Yahoo!
> >                 > map
> >                 > >         (see
> >                 > >         http://midgar.fr/issues/olio/pic1.png ).
> >                 It seems that HTML
> >                 > >         comment tags
> >                 > >         are missing: <!-- and -->
> >                 > >         - When I post a comment to an event, it
> >                 fails. After
> >                 > >         submitting the
> >                 > >         form, on the next page, it says "Event
> >                 does not exist." (see
> >                 > >         http://midgar.fr/issues/olio/pic2.png ).
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         Are these two issues known problems? If
> >                 so, does the current
> >                 > >         SVN trunk
> >                 > >         version fix (at least) the second issue?
> >                 Or should I start
> >                 > >         thinking
> >                 > >         about an error in my Olio deployment?
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         Thanks for any input.
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         Best regards,
> >                 > >
> >                 > >
> >                 > >         Xavier Dutreilh
> >                 > >         FT/RD/RD/MAPS/MEP/LOV
> >                 > >         Thésard
> >                 > >         tél. 01 45 29 48 19
> >                 > >         xavier.dutreilh@orange-ftgroup.com
> >                 > >
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