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Changes to attachments (i.e. update attributes or change comment) result in a log entry which has no "action" entry.

This in turn causes lots of "bad log lines" entries from Statistics (see also Item3089)

Store.pm should be modified with the following to provide a valid action for the change:

Index: Store.pm
--- Store.pm   (revision 96)
+++ Store.pm   (revision 97)
@@ -992,6 +992,7 @@
             $meta->putKeyed( 'FILEATTACHMENT', $attrs );
         } else {
+       $action = 'update';
             $attrs = $meta->get( 'FILEATTACHMENT', $attachment );
             $attrs->{name} = $attachment;
             $attrs->{attr} = ( $opts->{hide} ) ? 'h' : '';


I have implemented the fix except instead of inventing yet another action type which leads to another configure option - I have used plain save. You can see it is an attribute change because unlike a normal save this shows the filename in the log.


4.1.0 released


Summary Attachment changes create bad log entries
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.DarrenElkerton
Codebase 4.0.4
SVN Range TWiki-4.1, Mon, 30 Oct 2006, build 11853
AppliesTo Engine

Priority Low
CurrentState Closed

Checkins 12187
TargetRelease minor
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Topic revision: r5 - 2007-01-16 - KennethLavrsen
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