Created on 2011-07-01 15:24 by ber, last changed 2016-07-08 23:14 by rouilj.
|msg4320||Author: [hidden] (ber)||Date: 2011-07-01 15:23|
Split out from issue2550648 (Should be possible to search for matching several keywords (keyword1 AND keyword2) especially from msg4302: | It is too much tied to tracker-specific aspects, such as a 'keyword' entity in the schema,
|msg4361||Author: [hidden] (ezio.melotti)||Date: 2011-08-08 22:08|
See also msg4360.
|msg5780||Author: [hidden] (rouilj)||Date: 2016-07-08 02:14|
Are you referring to the term keyword that shows up in the definition? The term keyword is a bit of a red herring, but the basic functionality seems to work for any link or multilink field. I just tried the following patch to the demo classic tracker: db_klass string:status; db_content string:name;"> <th i18n:translate="">Status:</th> - <td metal:use-macro="search_select_translated"> + <td metal:use-macro="search_select_keywords"> <tal:block metal:fill-slot="extra_options"> <option value="-1,1,2,3,4,5,6,7" i18n:translate="" tal:attributes="selected python:value == '-1,1,2,3,4,5,6,7'">not resolved</option> and I was able to generate the equivalent of "not resolved" using or's between all of the statuses except for resolved. What exactly "ties" this to the tracker?
|msg5782||Author: [hidden] (ber)||Date: 2016-07-08 06:48|
Hi John, thanks for taking a look. I guess if this can be made to work on all fields that could profit from it and some instructions how to make it work on custom fields, the issue would be resolved. In addition Ezio added that retired 'values' should not be shown anymore in the popup. (Maybe that should become a separate issue?) Best, Bernhard
|msg5786||Author: [hidden] (rouilj)||Date: 2016-07-08 23:14|
Hi Bernhard: In message <email@example.com> , Bernhard Reiter writes: >I guess if this can be made to work on all fields that could >profit from it and some instructions how to make it work >on custom fields, the issue would be resolved. Ok, I'll see what I can do. I guess it would go into customizing.txt? That's where I find search_select mentioned. Basically if the search field is currently using <td metal:use-macro="search_select"> or <td metal:use-macro="search_select_translated"> change it to use: <td metal:use-macro="search_select_keywords"> It's pretty much a drop in replacement from what I can see (except for translations done by search_select_translated. I have to admit I am not sure how the translation works. Why do we have one non-translated and one translated. Why not just the translated one??? The other question is are we confident enough in the code to want to expand the doc for it? There are quite a few open issues with the code that have gone unfixed. Better would be a ticket to fix/review things first and then document all as part of one ticket. >In addition Ezio added that retired 'values' should not be shown >anymore in the popup. (Maybe that should become a separate issue?) That's easy I'll put it in now. The call to getnodeids needs to have retired=0 added to it so it reads: def list_nodes(request): prop = request.form.getfirst("property") cls = request.client.db.getclass(prop) items =  for nodeid in cls.getnodeids(retired=0): # <-- add retired param l = cls.getnode(nodeid).items() l = dict([x for x in l if len(x) == 2]) try: items.append((l['id'], l['name'])) except KeyError: pass items.sort(key=lambda x: int(x)) return items Tested it on my demo tracker and it seems to work.
|2016-07-08 23:14:32||rouilj||set||messages: + msg5786|
|2016-07-08 06:48:44||ber||set||messages: + msg5782|
messages: + msg5780
messages: + msg4361