Item12132: EditRowPlugin is unusable

Priority: Urgent
Current State: Closed
Released In: 1.1.6
Target Release: patch
Applies To: Extension
Component: EditRowPlugin
Branches: Release01x01 trunk
Reported By: StefanosKouzof
Waiting For:
Last Change By: CrawfordCurrie
When using EditRowPlugin in FOSWIKI tables, although it seems to be working, it does nothing at all.
  1. New lines cannot be entered
  2. Edits are not saved
  3. Table lines cannot be moved by drag'n'drop

Luckily, EditTablePlugin seems to be working fine.

-- StefanosKouzof - 09 Oct 2012

I've also noticed this - which is bad, as we're replacing EditTablePlugin with it in 1.2.0

-- SvenDowideit - 10 Oct 2012

The problems were due to the JQueryPlugin, and indirectly the JEditableContrib, which I have fixed.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 12 Oct 2012

I still encounter the same or at least very similar behavior.
  1. Actually nothing gets saved in single-cell edit mode.
  2. The above items all apply as well
  3. When editing the whole table, there is also no save or cancel button anywhere.

I just upgraded to Foswiki 1.1.8, with all Pulgins and Contribs at their lates revision.

The information in the form below is contradictory: CurrentState vs. ReleasedIn, Therefore I'm changing it back to "Confirmed".

-- PhilippLeufke - 24 May 2013

I just noticed that a somewhat similar bug appeared in combination with ActionTrackerPlugin. I feel, thy could be related: Item12507.

Any help is welcome.

-- PhilippLeufke - 24 May 2013

There has emerged a problem with the CSS in PatternSkin that is affecting ERP. However that would cause all buttons to disappear. Beyond that, there just isn't enough information here for me to help you, sorry. As far as I can tell the plugin is working correctly in 1.1.8 and 1.1.9.

Note that ReleasedIn is irrelevant to non-core plugins like ERP.

There have been a number of fixes up to 3.0.6, so I recommend re-trying with that and if there's still a problem, please raise a new task with details.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 11 Nov 2013

Topic revision: r14 - 13 Nov 2013, CrawfordCurrie
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