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2018-01-29 07:39:36 GMT <twen> 'morning

2018-01-29 07:49:11 GMT <yreg> Morning everyone

2018-01-29 07:49:14 GMT <yreg> morning twen

2018-01-29 07:49:27 GMT <twen> hey yreg , how are aou ?

2018-01-29 07:49:53 GMT <yreg> fine fine

2018-01-29 07:55:32 GMT <yreg> how about you twen, any news ?

2018-01-29 07:56:32 GMT <twen> I'm fine :) No specific news, no :-/ (other than I'll attend the Fosdem in Brussels next week end ;) )

2018-01-29 08:03:05 GMT <yreg> nice, we should meet

2018-01-29 08:05:24 GMT <twen> yreg you are in Brussels ? 0.0

2018-01-29 08:07:45 GMT <yreg> Leuven, 20 minutes train ride

2018-01-29 08:09:07 GMT <twen> oh, yeah, I see :)

2018-01-29 08:09:23 GMT <twen> sure, we have to meet :)

2018-01-29 08:20:30 GMT <bhagyas> Good morning all

2018-01-29 08:22:48 GMT <yreg> morning bhagyas

2018-01-29 08:32:32 GMT <twen> hi bhagyas

2018-01-29 08:45:43 GMT <bhagyas> is the governance services going to be available in CE?

2018-01-29 08:56:24 GMT <tushar> hi everyone

2018-01-29 08:56:58 GMT <tushar> has anyone used uniconverter pakage in ubuntu recently

2018-01-29 08:58:32 GMT <tushar> i want to preview .cdr files on alfresco share

2018-01-29 09:15:56 GMT <AFaust> bhagyas: Governance Services has always been available in CE - there was just a small difference in what features where available (i.e. classification marking was not in CE)

2018-01-29 09:16:46 GMT <bhagyas> AFaust: yeah, but was a little confused when ADF (earlier which was mostly only working with enterprise only) introduced this

2018-01-29 09:32:02 GMT <alfbot> angelborroy: Sent 4 days, 20 hours, and 49 minutes ago: <AFaust> For some reason I missed your blog post summary of DevCon 2018 - just had a customer employee come up to me and telling me Well, your talk must have been amazing given what people say , and I was completely dumbfounded...

2018-01-29 09:32:03 GMT <alfbot> angelborroy: Sent 4 days, 20 hours, and 44 minutes ago: <AFaust> And they didn't know where they found it, so I had to do a self-indulgent google query for best axel faust talks

2018-01-29 09:33:30 GMT <angelborroy> AFaust only IMO, obviously all your talks are A rated, but this one is A+ ;-)

2018-01-29 09:37:00 GMT <yreg> angelborroy, +1

2018-01-29 09:48:45 GMT <qwebirc68720> Hi

2018-01-29 09:48:57 GMT <qwebirc68720> Has anyone worked with aikau pie charts ?

2018-01-29 10:09:13 GMT <Hiten> Hi All

2018-01-29 10:11:04 GMT <Hiten> I would like to know how to get all the usr:user type node in alfresco 5.2 CE. I have tried with luceneSearch but I get an empty result and using findNode I get a null

2018-01-29 10:11:13 GMT <Hiten> Below are the queries I am trying

2018-01-29 10:11:42 GMT <Hiten> var userNodes = search.luceneSearch("PATH:\"/sys:system/sys:people/*\" AND TYPE:\"usr:user\"");

2018-01-29 10:12:18 GMT <Hiten> var foundNode = search.findNode("path", ["user", "alfrescoUserStore", "/sys:system/sys:people/*"]);

2018-01-29 10:27:09 GMT <AFaust> Hiten: You cannot find usr:user objects in the default space via /sys:system/sys:people/* path. I have never tried to use he second approach you listed - I think that may even be an incorrect use of the API

2018-01-29 10:31:08 GMT <AFaust> Well - it actually is not. But the parameters you provide won't resolve to anything because it is treating them as paths in the default space below Company Home. The reference to the user://alfrescoUserStore that you are trying to specify is actually being ignored (well, mostly - it actually does validate if that store exists, but the path resolution then forgets about it again)

2018-01-29 10:31:50 GMT <AFaust> The store is only used when resolving a NodeRef in a separate store, not a path

2018-01-29 10:32:30 GMT <AFaust> Depending on what you are trying to do, why isn't the API provided via People / ScriptPerson not sufficient?

2018-01-29 10:53:45 GMT <Hiten> Hi AFaust, I am trying to get some props from the user node like usr:enabled

2018-01-29 10:53:59 GMT <Hiten> stc

2018-01-29 10:54:02 GMT <Hiten> *etc

2018-01-29 11:09:09 GMT <AFaust> Then you might want to do a search,query while specifying the store as the first parameter

2018-01-29 11:25:34 GMT <Hiten> Thanks AFaust

2018-01-29 11:25:39 GMT <Hiten> The below worked

2018-01-29 11:25:41 GMT <Hiten> var query = "TYPE:\"usr:user\""; var def = { query: query , language: "fts-alfresco" , store: "user://alfrescoUserStore" }; var results = search.query(def); logger.log("The username is " + results[0].properties["usr:username"]);

2018-01-29 15:14:46 GMT <AFaust> ~later tell resplin. Can you tell me about that mysterious SHA-1588 ticket that is allegedly the only remaining issue for ACE-5222 to go ahead?

2018-01-29 15:14:46 GMT <alfbot> AFaust: The operation succeeded.

2018-01-29 15:16:24 GMT <AFaust> ~later tell resplin: I/we would also appreciate it if that ticket could be made visible. I can't imagine what kind of confidential data could be attached to a ticket concerning a failure with Tomcat 8. Since that was never officially supported, no customer should have any production data on it...

2018-01-29 15:16:24 GMT <alfbot> AFaust: The operation succeeded.

2018-01-29 16:06:54 GMT <alfbot> resplin: Sent 52 minutes ago: <AFaust> Can you tell me about that mysterious SHA-1588 ticket that is allegedly the only remaining issue for ACE-5222 to go ahead?

2018-01-29 16:06:55 GMT <alfbot> resplin: Sent 50 minutes ago: <AFaust> I/we would also appreciate it if that ticket could be made visible. I can't imagine what kind of confidential data could be attached to a ticket concerning a failure with Tomcat 8. Since that was never officially supported, no customer should have any production data on it...

2018-01-29 16:23:50 GMT <resplin> AFaust: SHA-1588 refers to an internal initiative that we will probably never do. It doesn't relate to current product, so it's not public.

2018-01-29 16:24:08 GMT * resplin is curious what ACE-5222 has to do with that

2018-01-29 16:25:02 GMT <resplin> Looking at ACE-5222, I refer in my comment to SHA-1388

2018-01-29 16:25:10 GMT <resplin> Did you have a typo when you looked up the issue?

2018-01-29 16:26:18 GMT <resplin> SHA-1388 is a specific HTTP 500 error on Tomcat 8.0. The issue report includes a customer log in the attachment, so it's private.

2018-01-29 16:26:38 GMT <resplin> But it isn't reproduced on Tomcat 8.5, so it doesn't impact ACE-5222 anymore.

2018-01-29 16:26:59 GMT <resplin> The real answer to your question is "when will Alfresco support Tomcat 8.5? And the answer is "with the 6.0 release".

2018-01-29 16:28:11 GMT <resplin> I'll add a comment.

2018-01-29 16:34:47 GMT <AFaust> resplin. of course I had a typo, since I was actually wondering if you had one and were referring to the already closed SHA-1385

2018-01-29 16:35:16 GMT <AFaust> But I looked it up by correct ID as far as I recall

2018-01-29 16:43:18 GMT <resplin> I think SHA-1385 is public. It was completed last August.

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