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From "David Johnson (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (ROL-1667) Date URLs incorrectly use updateTime to sort entries
Date Sun, 12 Oct 2008 16:15:19 GMT

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David Johnson updated ROL-1667:
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    Fix Version/s:     (was: 4.0.1)
                       (was: 4.1)

> All well and good, however if I load up via a date, say the 18th of January, 2008 (as
you can 
> see above there should be two entries), with http://blogs.sun.com/eclectic/date/20080118
it
> produces four entries, over four separate days, like so (again you're welcome to verify
this yourself):

I don't understand this comment. If you load a date URL like 'date/20080118' then you should
ONLY see entries from that one date. I have tried that with 4.0 and trunk and, when there
are multiple entries on one day those entries are sorted by publish time as they should be.
I can't reproduce this problem with the "stock" Roller code base.

- Dave


> Date URLs incorrectly use updateTime to sort entries
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ROL-1667
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/roller/browse/ROL-1667
>             Project: Roller
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 4.0
>            Reporter: David Johnson
>            Assignee: Roller Unassigned
>            Priority: Minor
>
> From Wayne Horkan at Sun.COM:
> It looks like a bug to me - the pager looks like it's picking up ' Updated' date, rather
than 'Published' date, here's my proof.
> If I load my blog @ http://blogs.sun.com/eclectic it produces five (as it should) entries,
over three days, they are (and you're welcome to check for yourself):
> Friday Jan 18, 2008
>     Goodbye Bobby Fischer
>     Welcome ! Tim Holyoake joins Sun Microsystems as Chief Technologist for UK Public
Sector
> Thursday Jan 10, 2008
>     Links for DD-MM-YYYY Not Likely
>     Tom Hanks, Oscar winning Actor, Producer, Director and... Aston Villa Fan
> Tuesday Jan 08, 2008
>     Excellent article by Glenn Brunette on the Top 5 Solaris 10 Security Features
> All well and good, however if I load up via a date, say the 18th of January, 2008 (as
you can see above there should be two entries), with http://blogs.sun.com/eclectic/date/20080118
it produces four entries, over four separate days, like so (again you're welcome to verify
this yourself):
> Friday Jan 18, 2008
>     Welcome ! Tim Holyoake joins Sun Microsystems as Chief Technologist for UK Public
Sector
> Wednesday Nov 28, 2007
>     Weblog language translator - blog translation on the fly with Roller specific functionality
> Saturday Aug 11, 2007
>     No 'Blog entries for the last couple of weeks...
> Tuesday May 29, 2007
>     Wayne Horkan - Fellow of the British Computer Society
> Having a look in the Roller Weblogger admin page 'Edit Entries', and sorting by 'Updated'
date, produced this data:
> Published
> Updated
> Edit Entries
> Category
> 01/18/08 08:50 AM	 01/19/08 12:56 PM	 Goodbye Bobby Fischer	 Life
> 08/11/07 04:45 PM	 01/18/08 12:27 PM	 No 'Blog entries for the last couple of weeks...
 Home
> 11/28/07 09:15 AM	 01/18/08 12:26 PM	 Weblog language translator - blog translation on
the fly with Roller specific...	 Blog
> 05/29/07 05:00 AM	 01/18/08 12:24 PM	 Wayne Horkan - Fellow of the British Computer Society
 Home
> 01/18/08 03:04 AM	 01/18/08 08:48 AM	 Welcome ! Tim Holyoake joins Sun Microsystems as
Chief Technologist for UK...	 Work
> As you can see the common factor in this is the Updated date.
> I've been editing a load of legacy posts so that they fit in with my Tag policy (use
'-', not '+', which not only is a URL encoding reserved character, but is also used by roller
in it's URL formation, i.e. http://blogs.sun.com/eclectic/ tags/foo+bar returns all entries
tagged with foo and all entries tagged with bar, not all entries tagged with 'foo+bar').

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