Curriki
  1. Curriki
  2. CURRIKI-5816

Links of the user names broken in search result view

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Verified Verified
    • Priority: Critical Critical
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.11 New Core 3.5
    • Fix Version/s: 1.11 New Core 3.5
    • Component/s: Search
    • Labels:
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      Description

      If you do a search and viewing the result list, the user names should be links to the corresponding user profile pages. These links are broken and you get "page not found" after clicking on them.

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        Todd Sherman added a comment -

        I logged in as TestingTodd222 and the number of contributions is zero. The bug is in search results.

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        Todd Sherman added a comment - I logged in as TestingTodd222 and the number of contributions is zero. The bug is in search results.
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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment -

        The link was output empty because the JSON was missing the contributor property. That was caused by incorrect field-names in the CurrikiExtJSONResponseWriter (which dictates which field is loaded in order to present the response, it was contributor and should have been creatorCode) and by the schema indicating it was not stored.

        Funnily, this was not showing on my dev platform. I think the difference is that of scale: the field was loaded anyways since memory is not critical on my dev server but not on current where the world is a lot more crowded.

        After re-indexing, on current, it is now complete.

        paul

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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment - The link was output empty because the JSON was missing the contributor property. That was caused by incorrect field-names in the CurrikiExtJSONResponseWriter (which dictates which field is loaded in order to present the response, it was contributor and should have been creatorCode) and by the schema indicating it was not stored. Funnily, this was not showing on my dev platform. I think the difference is that of scale: the field was loaded anyways since memory is not critical on my dev server but not on current where the world is a lot more crowded. After re-indexing, on current, it is now complete. paul

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          • Assignee:
            Todd Sherman
            Reporter:
            Felix
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