When posting content there's got to be a better way to insert a screen shot. Saving to a file and then uploading is very primative plus the content isn't display in-line as one would expect these days. I don't want to "view a document" I want to see the image in-line.
Confluence does a really good job with this. Can we emulate this behavior?
New to CSP and Zen. I've been going through tutorials and have made some progress. Using the "Contacts" tutorial as an example, I'm trying to create a "ViewContact" page. I want this to be linkable so I'm using URI Parameters, which I understand. However, what I'm not sure about is how to retrieve a specific record. Should I use a SQL statement? If so, how?
I created a Zen page with a header. All is good. I then created a new Zen page and during the wizard specified that it was a "subclass of a template page". So now I have Class Custom.App.HomePage Extends Custom.App.TemplateMaster. If I visit HomePage.cls I see the header from the template. However, the HomePage class has no XData Contents section so I have no idea how to actually add content. I tried adding the section but once I do then I don't see the template content anymore.
Is there someone that has developped a program in order to create a
"decisiontree"? Depending The answer to a question leads to another question, and so on,
and so on, and there is an option to return to another point in the decisiontree.
p.s. I've already got something, but it's not workable. But to get an idea:
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It might be useful to have a alternate view mode that lists one line per conversation with the title, the original date, the # of comments, the date of the last comment and maybe the tags. Maybe if you hover over the topic it opens it up so you can see the text.
Currently I can see about 4 conversations and then I need to press View All to see more. Since these are sorted by date entered, not date last updated, the top 4 aren't necessarily the only ones that might be of interest.
I want to be able to follow, through notifications, posts to the Caché and SQL topics.
Ideally, you could simply hit a "add to my subscriptions" link from the topic page. But even the subscriptions tab of my user account does not appear to be aware of these topics, instead presenting oddly general categories like "Posts".
Is there a way to select distinct keys from an field that has a collection index? I have a field defined as follows: Property data As %Library.String(COLLATION = "EXACT", MAXLEN = "", TRUNCATE = 0); Index data On data(KEYS) [ Type = bitmap ]; And I define a build value array method that parses my data outputs an array in the format array(KEYS)=VALUES. This is very useful because I can query my data using criteria such as WHERE FOR SOME %ELEMENT(data) (%KEY='param') My question is whether there is some way to select distinct key values, e.g.
I would like to be able to see all of the newest posts (maybe just the title) in one view, is there a place to do that? That would let me quickly scan for new posts (or other content) that's interesting, rather than searching around in each group.
It seems that the date/time displayed on a post is when it was initially created. It might be more useful for this to be the time of the last comment and posts in a discussion could be ordered by time of last comment.
Some listings display the # of comments, others do not. It would be useful if this could be more consistent.
Hi! I am working on a project and I am facing a weird problem. I have created an MDX using Analyzer. This MDX executes very fast. I am trying to automate its execution with %DeepSee.ResultSet and the query never returns:
Set tSC = oMDX.%PrepareMDX(tMDX)
Set tSC = oMDX.%Execute()
What could be causing %Execute() to take so long to run while Analyzer is responding fast?
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