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From "Odelya YomTov-Glick" <ode...@jpost.com>
Subject RE: ambiguousness in getMostCommentedWeblogEntries
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2008 07:51:47 GMT
Hey I found the problem. The first parameter has to be send with the value
null. 
For example: 
#set ($theEntries = $site.getMostCommentedWeblogEntries(null,10,3))
-----Original Message-----
From: Odelya YomTov-Glick [mailto:odelya@jpost.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 9:05 AM
To: user@roller.apache.org
Subject: RE: ambiguousness in getMostCommentedWeblogEntries

Hi Allen, thanks for the answer. I still don't get results for the
$theEntries object.
When I try to print it, I get: $theEntries.size() instead of 100.
What could be the problem?

-----Original Message-----
From: Allen.Gilliland@Sun.COM [mailto:Allen.Gilliland@Sun.COM] 
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 11:42 PM
To: user@roller.apache.org
Subject: Re: ambiguousness in getMostCommentedWeblogEntries

templates don't actually have the ability to directly call into the 
backend manager classes, instead the calls first go through a model 
class.  you need to be looking for that method in the SiteModel class, 
that will show you what is happening when you make the call in your 
template.

-- Allen


Odelya YomTov-Glick wrote:
> Hi,
> When I try to use the method as Dave wrote to me like this:
> #set ($theEntries = $site.getMostCommentedWeblogEntries(20, 100))
> #foreach($entryStatCount in $theEntries)
> $entryStatCount.subjectNameLong
> $entryStatCount.subjectNameShort
> #end
> Nothing returns.
> 
> I looked in the source code, and saw that actually WeblogManager expects
to
> use the method with different parameters!
> ** 
>      * Get weblog enties ordered by descending number of comments.
>      * @param website    Weblog or null to get for all weblogs.
>      * @param startDate  Start date or null for no start date.
>      * @param endDate    End date or null for no end date.
>      * @param offset     Offset into results for paging
>      * @param length     Max comments to return (or -1 for no limit)
>      * @returns List of WeblogEntryData objects.
>      */
>     public List getMostCommentedWeblogEntries(
>             Weblog website,             
>             Date        startDate,
>             Date        endDate,
>             int         offset, 
>             int         length)
>             throws WebloggerException;
> 
> what's the right way to use it?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Odelya YomTov - Glick
> 



 
 
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