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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: Trunk
    • Fix Version/s: Trunk
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      following Hans' commit for OFBiz website at the root of the webapp, images/css/etc... are not displayed. The component mountpoint is /, but should be /ofbiz
      The patch is correcting this.
      The website is then reachable at this address : http://localhost:8080/ofbiz/control/main

      1. OFBIZ-3313.diff
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        Erwan de FERRIERES

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        Jacopo Cappellato added a comment -

        The component has been moved to the Attic some time ago

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        Jacopo Cappellato added a comment - The component has been moved to the Attic some time ago
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        Tim Ruppert added a comment -
        1. Let's add a button like the download button for the demo
          • This should be first mocked up by a designer before we decide what to do from there.
        2. Agreed on the admin in the right nav as well - let's get that mocked up.

        My vote would be to NOT have this as the root application - but have it in hot-deploy - still as an example of how you can use a CMS - but not have it installed in each instance.

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        Tim Ruppert added a comment - Let's add a button like the download button for the demo This should be first mocked up by a designer before we decide what to do from there. Agreed on the admin in the right nav as well - let's get that mocked up. My vote would be to NOT have this as the root application - but have it in hot-deploy - still as an example of how you can use a CMS - but not have it installed in each instance.
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        Hans Bakker added a comment -

        This site was added to provide an example how to use the ofbiz content manager for the ofbiz website and to save Erwan some time on his french version.

        I agree it is not yet ready for prime time.

        I would like to propose the following:

        1.add the english current website as a language. Leave the dutch site as an example in an other language. Remove the Thai website.
        2. add a 'demoshop' button to start the e-commerce application
        3. add a 'admin backend' button to start the backend myportal component.
        4. If the above points are implemented make this website the root application as a one page introduction to the ofbiz system

        The advantage of the above is that the site can be maintained from svn as the rest of the system. and an example is given that OFBiz contains a 'real' cms and integration with other cms's is not required.

        Regards,
        Hans

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        Hans Bakker added a comment - This site was added to provide an example how to use the ofbiz content manager for the ofbiz website and to save Erwan some time on his french version. I agree it is not yet ready for prime time. I would like to propose the following: 1.add the english current website as a language. Leave the dutch site as an example in an other language. Remove the Thai website. 2. add a 'demoshop' button to start the e-commerce application 3. add a 'admin backend' button to start the backend myportal component. 4. If the above points are implemented make this website the root application as a one page introduction to the ofbiz system The advantage of the above is that the site can be maintained from svn as the rest of the system. and an example is given that OFBiz contains a 'real' cms and integration with other cms's is not required. Regards, Hans
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        Jeroen van der Wal added a comment -

        I agree with Scott to remove the site from trunk and put it in the designated repository.

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        Jeroen van der Wal added a comment - I agree with Scott to remove the site from trunk and put it in the designated repository.
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        Scott Gray added a comment -

        Just for the record, I don't think this should be root in the trunk at all. It should be at the top level of the svn repo just as the current website is and downloaded into the hot-deploy folder of our demo instance during deployment.

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        Scott Gray added a comment - Just for the record, I don't think this should be root in the trunk at all. It should be at the top level of the svn repo just as the current website is and downloaded into the hot-deploy folder of our demo instance during deployment.
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        Erwan de FERRIERES added a comment -

        Yeah, I know... Still trying to treat that !

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        Erwan de FERRIERES added a comment - Yeah, I know... Still trying to treat that !
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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment -

        Hi Erwan,

        Looks like your Shift button is still broken

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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment - Hi Erwan, Looks like your Shift button is still broken
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        Erwan de FERRIERES added a comment -

        it was the simpliest way of correcting the missing images !

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        Erwan de FERRIERES added a comment - it was the simpliest way of correcting the missing images !
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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment -

        I agree Hans,

        For me it was a temporary fix that worked

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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment - I agree Hans, For me it was a temporary fix that worked
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        Hans Bakker added a comment -

        I am sorry i do not agree with this....

        the website should be at he root, then a button to the shopdemo should be added (ecommerce) and the a logoin to the back end.....at least people have now have something to look a without a path....

        regards,
        Hans

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        Hans Bakker added a comment - I am sorry i do not agree with this.... the website should be at he root, then a button to the shopdemo should be added (ecommerce) and the a logoin to the back end.....at least people have now have something to look a without a path.... regards, Hans
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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment -

        Thanks Erwan,

        Your patch is in trunk at r887894

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        Jacques Le Roux added a comment - Thanks Erwan, Your patch is in trunk at r887894

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            Erwan de FERRIERES
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