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user picture go Author: rt
watch Posted: Jul 28 2010 - 02:45 PM
click here Subject: re: re: Bug report: Search by submitter does not work
pianoman74 wrote:
Thankms for the reply.
Before I forget to tell you, you can READ the SQL original query string on the page :)

yes,that's my lazy debugging method - forgot to remove it immediately. Thanks!

I guess the solution is to add a SOAP function. That's cleanest.
Author: pianoman74
source site Posted: Jul 28 2010 - 03:15 AM
follow Subject: re: Bug report: Search by submitter does not work
Thankms for the reply.
Before I forget to tell you, you can READ the SQL original query string on the page :)
user picture Author: rt
Posted: Jul 20 2010 - 02:59 PM
Subject: re: Bug report: Search by submitter does not work
thanks. This seems to be a consequence of introducing the SOAP interface (musipedia.org/soap). Need to think about whether to include this in SOAP or leave the functionality "search by submitter" on the client side...
Author: pianoman74
see url Posted: Jul 18 2010 - 05:24 AM
Subject: Bug report: Search by submitter does not work
Yet another bug report.

For example, see this:
http://www.musipedia.org/members.html?&L=0&no_cache=1&tx_members_pi1[userid]=dtr

If you click on "Has worked on <number> tunes" you never get any results.
("No matches found. Please check your query.")
Seems to be due to some problem with the SQL query string...
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