graphicsmagickadaptor this was estimated to take about 12 days to complete. When I installed the
gmagickadaptor this came down to 6 hours, so (I know it says so in the documentation), definately try to use the
dompdfwere not rendering over 24 hours, but upon installing
wkhtmltopdfthis came down to under a minute.
[BLANK]which appears to work for text fields like this:
ca_objects.mydate:nulldoesn't appear to work. Searching for
ca_table.attribute:[BLANK]works for text, georeference, currency, weight, length and URL attributes as per the test here: https://github.com/collectiveaccess/providence/blob/bfb71ef8c06adb0e1b7dcdbc0c772d6aa790bfe2/tests/testsWithData/queries/AttributeValueSearchQueryTest.php#L185-L208. Anyway it doesn't appear to be supported by date attributes.
Hi @naeemmuhammad you can create a custom advanced search in the
search.conf file (see http://docs.collectiveaccess.org/wiki/Pawtucket2:Advanced_Search for a description)
You can then create the new form named in the
view = field of your newly defined search using display bundles. To define a checkbox add
render=is_set to the end of the bundle specifier (e.g.
ca_objects.public_access%render=is_set). Adding a search field for a field controlled by a list or set vocabulary will automatically populate as a dropdown.