Really stumped on this one. I have my Object Categories in an hierarchical list and if I enter the data via the Object Editor interface I can see the result of the entry in my Summary screen using the following code
<if rule = "^ca_objects.type_id=~/Built Environment Object/">^ca_objects.built_environment_object.hierarchy.preferred_labels.nameplural%delimiter=➞_</if>
The Category is chosen from the New Object list and the sub category is chosen from a drop down hierarchical list
I am now trying to import the sub category data from an excel spreadsheet but I am battling to figure out where I should be mapping the data to for starters and what splitter I should be using in order to end up with the same result as entering via the Object Editor.
The source data in the spread sheet is in the column form of Category-Sub Category-Primary Term-Secondary Term-Tertiary Term.
Any pointers on how to go about mapping the data to the correct place and the splitter to use would be appreciated.
All the other object related data imports ok.
Hello. I have this warning at the end of every page from my installation:
Warning: fsockopen(): unable to connect to tls://collective-access.delisle.duckdns.org:25443:443 (Unknown error) in /var/www/html/ca/app/lib/Controller/Request/RequestHTTP.php on line 660
You can see that my installation uses tcp port 25443. RequestHTTP.php gets the server name from CA_SITE_HOSTNAME which is defined in
app/helpers/post-setup.php: define("CA_SITE_HOSTNAME", isset($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']) ? $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] : '');
$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] contains the port in my case. It then adds $vn_port with a value of 443.
$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] and $_SERVER['SERVER_PORT'] might be a better choice to find the name and port.