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2017-08-14 06:43:11 GMT <qwebirc90744> Cheers! I need to troubleshoot an issue for a client of us. They are still running on Alfresco Community 4.2.0... Is there still a way to download the installer of this old version somewhere? Thank you.
2017-08-14 07:00:10 GMT <qwebirc90744> Cheers! I need to troubleshoot an issue for a client of us. They are running on Alfresco Community 4.2.0... Is there still a way to download the installer of this old version somewhere? Thank you.
2017-08-14 07:03:42 GMT <MorganP> 4.2.0 isn't community, it's enterprise
2017-08-14 07:04:03 GMT <MorganP> You can download old installers there: https://sourceforge.net/projects/alfresco/files/
2017-08-14 07:13:46 GMT <MorganP> qwebirc90744: is that what you wanted?
2017-08-14 07:26:26 GMT *** angelborroy_ is now known as angelborroy
2017-08-14 07:27:28 GMT <AFaust> qwebirc90744: Or you use the various file listings in the community platform, e.g. https://community.alfresco.com/docs/DOC-6210-community-file-list-42f
2017-08-14 07:27:30 GMT <alfbot> Title: Community file list 4.2.f | Alfresco Community (at community.alfresco.com)
2017-08-14 08:10:05 GMT *** angelborroy_ is now known as angelborroy
2017-08-14 09:00:11 GMT <fwu> hi all!
2017-08-14 09:03:46 GMT <qwebirc90744> MorganP: AFaust: Thank you. This helped a lot! Exactly what I was looking for!
2017-08-14 09:12:29 GMT <DarkStar1> Morning everyone
2017-08-14 09:39:35 GMT <fwu> ppl, im using the fts-alfresco language to query about the itens in a datalist. How can I filter de returned items from that list?
2017-08-14 09:40:04 GMT <fwu> im trying property_name:value but it is not returning items
2017-08-14 09:42:55 GMT <fwu> right now my query is returning all items from the list
2017-08-14 09:44:35 GMT <AFaust> fwu: What do you mean by "filter"? Normally, your query should already only select the items you want, so there should be no need to filter afterwards...
2017-08-14 09:48:15 GMT <fwu> AFaust, what I want is exactly what you said: to retrieve only some of the items
2017-08-14 09:48:36 GMT <fwu> im applying and "and property_name:value" but is not working
2017-08-14 09:49:15 GMT <fwu> im doing this in a webscript. for testing im using javscript console
2017-08-14 09:50:49 GMT <AFaust> any do you really use property_name:value ? Can you provide an example because that pattern may be confusing - you could be using property_name as a placeholder or literally with an underscore (which would not be supported)
2017-08-14 09:51:08 GMT <AFaust> e.g. AND cm:firstName:Axel is a proper condition
2017-08-14 09:51:20 GMT <AFaust> Oh - the AND / OR are case sensitive - you cannot use them in lower-case
2017-08-14 09:51:34 GMT <fwu> im doing this:
2017-08-14 09:53:11 GMT <fwu> PARENT:"workspace://SpacesStore/810778bb-978d-4f7c-b310-e8fbd89f847f" AND ASPECT:"ri:riDataList" AND ri:codeprop:"1"
2017-08-14 09:53:29 GMT <fwu> it is returning nothing
2017-08-14 09:53:48 GMT <fwu> without the last "and" returns the two items I have
2017-08-14 09:54:07 GMT <fwu> codeprop is a datalist property/column with 1,2,3, etc
2017-08-14 09:56:27 GMT <fwu> actually, I beleive I dont need the first and either
2017-08-14 09:56:35 GMT <AFaust> I assume there is an item that actually has the value 1...
2017-08-14 09:56:45 GMT <fwu> because the parent is already pointing to the datalist I want
2017-08-14 09:56:57 GMT <fwu> yes Afaust there is. text value
2017-08-14 09:57:24 GMT <AFaust> Well - is the property defined as being indexed?
2017-08-14 09:58:32 GMT <fwu> <index enabled="true"> <tokenised>false</tokenised> </index>
2017-08-14 09:58:44 GMT <fwu> yes!
2017-08-14 10:08:03 GMT <fwu> im making this to retrieve the values: dataListItem.properties["ri:codeprop"];
2017-08-14 10:08:13 GMT <fwu> so this property is working for something
2017-08-14 10:08:26 GMT <fwu> I dont undrstand why I cant filter it
2017-08-14 10:12:07 GMT <fwu> AFaust, I did it!
2017-08-14 10:12:13 GMT <fwu> I need to do this:
2017-08-14 10:12:25 GMT <fwu> AND =ri:codeprop:"1"
2017-08-14 10:12:31 GMT <fwu> to use a equal sign...
2017-08-14 10:12:34 GMT <fwu> strange
2017-08-14 10:12:51 GMT <fwu> strange syntax
2017-08-14 10:13:00 GMT <AFaust> Well - with that you trigger "exact match" semantics and the query can go to the database
2017-08-14 10:13:19 GMT <fwu> but is it bad?
2017-08-14 10:13:24 GMT <AFaust> Without it it has to go to SOLR and there again it could be that the property or node has not been properly indexed
2017-08-14 10:13:32 GMT <fwu> ah
2017-08-14 10:13:44 GMT <fwu> but what is more quick to execute?
2017-08-14 10:13:52 GMT <fwu> the db, right?
2017-08-14 10:14:06 GMT <AFaust> ri:codeprop:"1" is perfectly valid - the major difference is that this allows similarity / partial matches using tokenisation (if allowed for the property)
2017-08-14 10:14:33 GMT <fwu> I set it to "false"
2017-08-14 10:14:38 GMT <AFaust> There is no clear winner - SOLR and DB both have their specific use-cases where each is stronger than the other...
2017-08-14 10:14:40 GMT <fwu> so it should work as expected
2017-08-14 10:14:51 GMT <AFaust> Again, check your index
2017-08-14 10:15:02 GMT <AFaust> i.e. check with the SOLR admin UI
2017-08-14 10:15:15 GMT <fwu> how I do that?
2017-08-14 10:16:30 GMT <fwu> let me open the admin page first
2017-08-14 10:20:06 GMT <fwu> should be this:https://localhost:8443/solr/
2017-08-14 10:20:07 GMT <fwu> ?
2017-08-14 10:20:10 GMT <fwu> 5.2
2017-08-14 10:20:20 GMT <fwu> on 4.2.f I think it was
2017-08-14 10:21:54 GMT <fwu> ok, it is solr4
2017-08-14 10:21:58 GMT <fwu> Im there now
2017-08-14 10:23:04 GMT <fwu> how can I see that AFaust?
2017-08-14 10:24:05 GMT <AFaust> There are multiple ways to check. Do low level queries, check low-level facets, browse the index schema and get the index terms...
2017-08-14 10:24:42 GMT <AFaust> It should even be possible to look at the indexed document via the /luke URL handler, though I have not done that myself... I usually use Luke as an offline tool
2017-08-14 10:26:09 GMT <fwu> browse the index schma looks nice. let me sse if I can do that.
2017-08-14 10:26:14 GMT <AFaust> e.g. when you browse the schema you should be able to see if that field is even contained in the index
2017-08-14 10:28:39 GMT <fwu> AFaust, it is indexed but not stored
2017-08-14 10:28:46 GMT <fwu> what this menas?
2017-08-14 10:28:48 GMT <AFaust> "not stored" is normal
2017-08-14 10:28:49 GMT <fwu> means
2017-08-14 10:28:52 GMT <fwu> stored?
2017-08-14 10:29:17 GMT <AFaust> "stored" means that the original value is also conatined in the index - in addition to the actual index terms
2017-08-14 10:29:39 GMT <AFaust> Basically "stored" would likely increase index size by 80-120%
2017-08-14 10:29:54 GMT <fwu> so it is not necessary to search, right?
2017-08-14 10:30:19 GMT <AFaust> If it were necessary there would be not option to set it to "not stored", right?
2017-08-14 10:30:46 GMT <fwu> ok
2017-08-14 13:05:44 GMT <Ziberius> hello
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