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AFAIK linking together 2 document can be done as you said based on docbase and with built in compund type link. I know that with link you get the benefit of: A Link field is used to create an internal link to a different content item (such as a document or asset) in the repository. It is stored as
Hi, I think the query you're testing with is not close to what is queried when using filter.addContains(..). I would do the following: 1. Test with a query making use of jcr:contains, e.g. "//content/documents//*[jcr:contains(*, 'model-test')]" 2. Add a breakpoint in my code, just before the
In Repository servlet with the xpath: content*/*documents/myproject*/*test-folder//*[@myproject:title='model-test' and @hippo:availability = 'live'] I get the *correct 3 results*. *These are published documents * Yes my documents are published. I think I have to go for an workaround. Regards,
Hmm, then I'd expect you don't need to escape it in the filter either. are the documents with the model-test title published? If not, that may be why you get no results. On Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 10:53 AM, arsdeep.singh <arsdee...@incentro.com> wrote: > In my repository servlet query, I *don't
In my repository servlet query, I *don't escape* the '-'. Regards, Arsdeep Op woensdag 5 augustus 2015 10:49:31 UTC+2 schreef t.jeger: > > The latter I indeed expect to fail, see my comments on . > > So in your repository servlet query, you don't escape the '-'? > > Tobi > > >  https://issue