For no. 2, please do some HAP+ JSON Debugging, it might be because you have no links under the Test tab
Thanks - as always - for your work in HAP+.
Two bugs in 9.4 observed in fresh install:
1. For the domain administrator user, a 'Null' appears in the "Me" tile in the main screen. It seems if a user has a samaccountname but no friendly name, a null is shown.
2. If an administrator creates a new link name for the homepage, using the interface (or by editing hapconfig.xml directly) - i.e 'Test' - the four link labels are displayed (e.g. Resources, Management, Me, Test) but all of the icons/buttons for all four of the links are displayed at logon under 'Resources' and the other links don't do anything.
Right now, when I logon, 'Me' tile, 'Helpdesk', 'HAP+ Config' are all displayed under Resources. This happens as soon as I create a new link on the home page, using the admin interface.
Hope you can help!
Last edited by mobybrick; 29th July 2013 at 05:55 PM.
No, putting in any links/tiles under 'Test' makes no difference.
Surely this is broken for everyone on 9.4?
It's not breaking for myself, or my test sites
Hokey dokey. Are there any temp folders or cache files that I can easily empty on the server (in addition to blasting the hapconfig.xml file), or is it best to just delete the whole hap tree and start again?
Last edited by mobybrick; 29th July 2013 at 09:49 PM.
Am already on 9.4.
Just tried again, fresh install. It really is broken on 9.0 and 9.4, no joy - or I am doing something really stpudi!
Firebug output is
TypeError: data is undefined
Last edited by mobybrick; 30th July 2013 at 12:38 PM.
I've found the problem, and this seems to be a new issue with v9.
If a link on a page contains brackets, e.g. a tile with the name "VLE (Usual login)" then the homepage breaks, with all of the icons showing on one page.
This did not happen on v8.
Also any link with the '@' symbol in it now breaks HAP, e.g. Careers Comp@nion
Thanks - that seems to have fixed it
Newer file is smaller than the old one, btw....
nickbro (10th August 2013)
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