Strange, that's all standard: admin dba rwxr-xr-x

 

Maybe, maybe its not a general problem: i have two collections in my db (under /db/apps) that somehow I made inaccessible by using wrong code (I tried to move the collections with code from within the collections...). Now these collections show up but when I try to access them an error appears that says they don't exist... Since I could not directly replicate what went wrong I refrained from reporting this but maybe I should have done?

However these two buggy collection could be the cause of the strange behavior of the backup selection dialog???

 

Sorting would help a lot.

And: When you click backup while you have selected a collection in the main list, it would be nice if it pre-selected this. That is somehow the behavior I would expect anyway.

 

Erik

 

Van: Adam Retter [mailto:adam@exist-db.org]
Verzonden: donderdag 29 november 2012 13:28
Aan: Erik Siegel
CC: Dmitriy Shabanov; exist-open
Onderwerp: Re: [Exist-open] 2.0RC problem: Backup dialog in Java admin client not sorted and not correct

 

Can you tell me the permissions (owner, group, mode, aces) of the parent collection of which the collection you cant see belongs too, and also of the collection itself.

 

Sorting the collections in that list should be easy enough for me to fix...

 

On 29 November 2012 09:32, Erik Siegel <mailing@xatapult.nl> wrote:

Its an admin collection

And yes, I can access it, work with it, no problem.

 

Van: Dmitriy Shabanov [mailto:shabanovd@gmail.com]
Verzonden: donderdag 29 november 2012 10:24
Aan: Erik Siegel
CC: exist-open
Onderwerp: Re: [Exist-open] 2.0RC problem: Backup dialog in Java admin client not sorted and not correct

 

What permissions do you have for that collection?

Can you access it?

 

On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 1:46 PM, Erik Siegel <mailing@xatapult.nl> wrote:

Hello,

 

The list of collections for backup in the Java admin client (press the backup button and look at the list of modules presented) is not sorted which makes it very inconvenient to find a specific collection

 

I also noticed that a freshly created collection did not turn up in this list...

 

Erik Siegel


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