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problem with PluginTracker e-mail subject formatting in Tiki 16 & 18

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Is the field set to be multilingual with the checkbox in the field setting?

luci


Dne 07.12.2017 v 13:29 Torsten napsal(a):
> Hello everybody,
>
> I have setup a Tiki with a simple tracker and the option to send
> e-mails at creation of tracker items.
> This is a simple possibility to use Tiki (Trackers) as web frontend
> for Majordomo mailing lists.
> Currently I am in a proof of concept status and it works so far.
>
> The following description is for Tiki 16. Before sending this email I
> upgraded to Tiki 18 and added the difference below - the issue is
> still there. Might be a bug. If yes I will file a bug report.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Using a tracker field ‘textfield’ referenced in the Tracker plugin via
> a wiki template page works:
>
> {TRACKER(trackerId=”1” action_style=”btn-success:btn” showtitle=”y”
> showdesc=”y” showfieldsdesc=”y” showmandatory=”y”
> email=”createdBy|majordomo@domain.tld|wiki:majorcommands_tpl,wiki:majorcommands_subject_tpl”
> emailformat=”text” url=”HomePage” target=”_self”)}Your command was
> submittet - next\{TRACKER\}
>
> content of wiki:majorcommands_tpl =
> \{$f_6\}
>
> content of wiki:majorcommands_subject_tpl =
> \{$f_5\}
>
> Both tracker fields currently are text fields.
> Both template pages have only the field references as content -
> nothing else.
>
> To submit a command to the Majordomo I simply need to fill two fields
> in the Tracker form:
> subject => injecting in field 5
> command => injecting in field 6
>
> The email is correctly sent to majordomo at domain.tld and the command is
> correctly processed, causing an email sent from Majordomo to the
> Creator’s email address. Fine.
>
> The problem is the strange change of the subject in the answer of
> Majordomo that is most likely caused by Tiki.
>
> _How it should be:_
>
> When I write an email manually from Thunderbird, the subject of the
> answer from Majordomo will be:
> /
> //Majordomo results: Subject/
>
> But when I submit the command via the Tracker form I get this:
>
> a. When Tiki is set to English EN:
>
> /Majordomo results: “Majortiki” item “40” was modified at li/
>
> b. When Tiki is set to German DE:
>
> /Majordomo results: =?UTF-8?Q?”Majortiki”=20Eintrag=20”40”=2/
>
> When I change the receipient email in the Tracker form from Majordomo
> to my personal email address directly (not majordomo at domain.tld but
> torsten at tiki.org I get the following still odd subjects in the email:
>
> c. When Tiki is set to English EN:
>
> /”Majortiki” item “40” was modified at lists.domain.tld by “admin”/
>
> d. When Tiki is set to German DE:
>
> /”Majortiki” Eintrag “40” wurde verändert am lists.domain.tld von “admin”/
>
> So I identify two problems on the Tiki side:
>
> 1st: When I send emails from the PluginTracker form, the subject is
> not sent correctly.
>
> 2nd: There seems to be a difference even in the wrongly processed
> subject depending on the language.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Additional info for Tiki 18:
>
> In 18 the exact same issue with one (worse) difference:
> The item ID is not sent:
>
> /Majordomo results: “Majortiki” item “” was modified at list/
>
> and the Tiki Tracker notification without item ID aswell:
>
> /”Majortiki” item “” was modified at lists.domain.tld by “admin”
>
> /Again: the result _*should*_ be
>
> /Majordomo results: Subject
>
> /
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Thx for hints,
> Torsten
>
>
>
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