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Edit detail for #407 Cannot modify status of Issue revision 13 of 13

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Time: 2007/12/19 19:37:51 GMT-8
Note: imported bug reports

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From BillPage Wed Dec 19 19:36:42 -0800 2007
From: Bill Page
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007 19:36:42 -0800
Subject: imported bug reports
Message-ID: <20071219193642-0800@axiom-wiki.newsynthesis.org>

The problem was that the properties associated with the imported bug reports were not added in the same way as a normal issue (i.e. as "managed properties"). I modified 'tracker.py' so that it updates the properties using the low level primitives thus avoiding the distinction and working (hopefully) for both old and new issues. 

Submitted by : kratt6 at: 2007-12-18T23:55:38-08:00 (14 years ago)
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I currently cannot change the status of an issue,even when logged in. I tried so with #325, and the

Status: open => fix proposed

was added as a comment, but the status itself was not updated.

Martin

Category: MathAction => Aldor Library Compiler

Severity: critical => serious

Status: open => fix proposed

Category: Aldor Library Compiler => MathAction Severity: serious => critical Status: fix proposed => open

Maybe this is only the case with old (i.e., imported) bugs. I was able to change the properties of this bug alright.

Martin

I tried refresh, I tried to edit the page and then change its status, all to no avail.

Martin

Status: open => fix proposed

Severity: critical => serious

Severity: serious => critical

Category: MathAction => general

Category: general => MathAction Status: fix proposed => closed

imported bug reports --Bill Page, Wed, 19 Dec 2007 19:36:42 -0800 reply
The problem was that the properties associated with the imported bug reports were not added in the same way as a normal issue (i.e. as "managed properties"). I modified tracker.py so that it updates the properties using the low level primitives thus avoiding the distinction and working (hopefully) for both old and new issues.