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From "Carsten Ziegeler" <cziege...@s-und-n.de>
Subject RE: Bug in sunrise-deluser.xml ?
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2003 08:00:17 GMT
Hi,

Enrico Ballarin Dolfin wrote:
> I'm using Cocoon 2.0.4 with Tomcat 4.0.4 and Apache 1.3.26.
> 
> Analyzing the sunspotdemoportal found in Cocoon 2.0.4 I have the 
> impression
> that there is something wrong in the resource file sunrise-deluser.xml:
> 
> The file has 3 sections:
> - delete from sunrise users => OK
> - delete user profile => OK
> - delete user status profile => possible bug in "sunshine:fragment".
> 
> <sunshine:insert>
>   <sunshine:file>sunspotdemo/profiles/userstatus-<sunshine:getxml
> context="request" path="/parameter/ID" />.xml ></sunshine:file>
>   <sunshine:path>/</sunshine:path>
>   <sunshine:fragment><user-delta/></sunshine:fragment>
>   <sunshine:replace>status-profile</sunshine:replace>
> </sunshine:insert>
> 
> The first time that the deluser resource is used it will substitute the
> status-profile element with an empty user-data element. 
> Successive calls to
> the same resources may not find a status-profile element and add an
> additional empty user-delta element to the file.
> 
> Comparing the sunSpot documentation and comparing the "delete user status
> profile" section with the "delete user profile" section on file
> sunrise-deluser.xml, I think the sunshine:fragment has to be modified as
> following:
> 
> <sunshine:fragment><status-profile/></sunshine:fragment>
> 
> - Do you agree?
> 
Yes, this is correct - I will fix this. Thanks!

> +========================================================+
> Additional question:
> 
> Why deleting a sunrise user you don't delete also the userstatus and
> userprofile files, instead to put on them empty user-delta and
> status-profile elements? After deleting a lot of user you have 
> twice as many
> unused files in the profiles directory...
> 
Yes, this is true - when the delete functionality was created, there
was no possibility to delete a file from within a pipeline - so
the simple way of overwriting the profile was used instead. 
Deleting it would be much better of course.

Thanks
Carsten

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