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@Woonsan No that didnt work either. :( @Jeroen Apologies.. I didnt quite get that :P .Could you please show what you meant?
I suspect this is your own log4j file. I don't think our log4j by default logs the MemoryLockManager on info level. Also you seem to have your own repository.xml because the one we by default ship contains a cluster setup (and as result doesn't use the MemoryLockManager). Are you starting your
I think org.hippoecm.hst.restapi.content.visitors.AbstractNodeVisitor#getValueRepresentation(Value) should have handled date property in a better way. At the moment, the method simply converts JCR date property value to string and pushes the value to the response object. If it pushes a Calendar
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 2:30 AM, raja harivansh <hariva...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi People, > > SCENARIO: I have a compound type and a document type. > Now this compound type can be added either as a content block or added as > a compound type directly in the document type. > > When using it as a
The MemoryLockManager logs info every few seconds. I can change the log level via localhost:8080/cms/loging, but after a restart it is reset to info. The log4j-dev.xml in the conf-folder does not seem to be used (as it has set the log level for the cms at warn). How can I permanently change the
After some manual copy-pasting it is now working. Thanks for hinting me in the right direction.