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Meet Hippo CMS 10 for Developers
May 27, 2015
Last week, we announced the release of Hippo CMS 10. Now we want to take the time to truly introduce this new release.
Ah yes! It was really great to meet you in person! :-) Enjoy the Colorful State and see you later! Cheers, Woonsan On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 8:38 AM, Josh Suarez <suarez...@gmail.com> wrote: > Thank you Woonsan for your quick response. Your answer makes sense. I > forgot to mark this post as
Thank you Woonsan for your quick response. Your answer makes sense. I forgot to mark this post as complete and have done so now. By the way, it was good to meet you and the other Hippo developers at the Hippo Connect conference last week. Cheers, Josh On Monday, August 31, 2015 at 7:19:47 AM
Hi Paul, This looks like a bug in the migrator. The nodes are migrated in the order they appear in the database which probably is the natural order between their UUIDs, although this may vary somewhat with the database that is used. Are the disordered nodes named using the migrated namespace
Namespace migrator Version 1.01.00 has a problem. When the namespace to be migrated involves multivalued child nodes, it changes the order of those nodes. We have two cases among many where the content may contain any number of html blocks. The node order is used to display these blocks on a
THanks Mathijs and William, Being a back end dev guy, I went with William's approach and it was a super quick solution :) Pi On Friday, October 9, 2015 at 11:03:16 AM UTC-4, w.borgbarthet wrote: > > Hey Pi, > > that sounds like a job for the custom content rewriter  to me. > >  - >
Ok, so now after I added the dependency to dependencyManagement with the scope as provided, when I try to run the project I get this stack trace: [INFO] [talledLocalContainer] 09.10.2015 18:11:55 ERROR localhost-startStop-1 [RepositoryServlet.init:230] Error while setting up JCR repository: