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Item6150: Adjusting State using Ajax can corrupt the status in case non-standard values are used.

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Extension ActionTrackerPlugin Normal New   n/a  

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If a user defines extra states for the ActionTrackerPlugin and then tries to change the status via the Ajax interface, the status gets corrupted.

I have defined (See bold red characters for the interessant part)    * Set ACTIONTRACKERPLUGIN_EXTRAS = |said,text,8|mgate,select,1,"M13","M12","M11","M10","M9","M8","M7","M6","M5","M4","M3","M2"|deliverable,text,30|state,select,1,"N/A","Not Planned","Planned","Assigned","Started","Ongoing","Reviewed","closed"|review,select,1,"No","N/A","FTR","Consensus"|evidence,text,50|

And uses this format to display actions defined: %ACTIONSEARCH{  topic="Item6150" mgate="M7" format="| $edit | $deliverable | $who | $state | $due | $review | $evidence | $text | $said |" header="| Update | Deliverable | Assigned to | Status | Due date | Review | Evidence URL | Comments | SA2006
ID  |" orient="columns" }%

If I, in display mode, select a status and change it via the Ajax interface, the status defaults to my defined value "N/A".

Best regards


-- TWiki:Main/JanCarstenJ - 15 Dec 2008

Summary Adjusting State using Ajax can corrupt the status in case non-standard values are used.
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.JanCarstenJ
Codebase 4.2.2
SVN Range TWiki-5.0.0, Wed, 22 Oct 2008, build 17677
AppliesTo Extension
Component ActionTrackerPlugin
Priority Normal
CurrentState New


TargetRelease n/a

Topic revision: r1 - 2008-12-15 - JanCarstenJ
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