Hi, I am trying to find out the best way to track individual parts that make up an object.
For example, Object X (is made up of 100 photographs. One of these 100 photos has been framed and stored in a different location from the rest of the photographs. It was suggested we use the ‘Location in Hierarchy’ element to track the singular photo, giving it a new idno (e.g. idno:1234K, the parent being idno:1234).
My questions are:
• Is the Location in Hierarchy element the best way to track object parts? I am concerned that if we record all the 100 photos individually using the Location in Hierarchy, it would mean we have an additional 100 works listed in the collection).
• If we do use the Location in Hierarchy element, can I create a User Interface for that element that only contains the fields we need for tracking? For example location / movement tracking; dimensions, title, idno. And how to assign that user interface only to the child records under the parent one?
I have looked at the wiki re: multipart id numbering and Configuring a Numbering System for Hierarchical Records but still unclear on the above.
Hi, I'm trying to show types of relationships in display but I just don't get it.
I have "Entities related entities" in display list and there I have this:
This shows "Sam Sam : 91 root_for_189"
So, person's name is what it should be but relationship type not.
What am I doing wrong?
Ok now I am confused again.
I migrated an old CA 1.4 DB to a new 1.7 gitted installation. I copied some settings by comparing new and old configfiles, and upgraded the DB via caUtils.
Now Im checking that everything works by creating a new object but the Object identifier field is disabled.
I can't edit the identifier on new or old objects
I went thru the settings-files I had been in (app.conf global.conf and multipart_id_numbering.conf) but couldn't see anything.
I checked the interface editor and the "read only" checkbox wasn't checked on the identifier attribute.
I have a question re: pawtucket 2 v1.7.6
So I'm modifying
However the set information inside that template
$va_sets = $this->getVar("sets");
Doesn't include the field that is labeled "Introduction" in the backend.
a set only has the following info:
array:18 [▼ "set_id" => "61" "set_code" => "A set name" "status" => "0" "access" => "1" "user_id" => "2" "table_num" => "57" "type_id" => "14" "label_id" => "61" "name" => "A set name" "locale_id" => "1" "language" => "en" "country" => "US" "fname" => "Gruff" "lname" => "McGruff" "email" => "email@example.com" "item_count" => 27 "set_content_type" => "objects" "set_type" => "Public presentation" ]
In set_info_html.php (what the original index pulls in via ajax for the set data) I see
How do i get that into the index?
Alternately im happy to build some kind of query to get that field info using the set id, but have had a hard time finding how via the docs.
gallery_set_description_element_code = set_description