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CMS-XML MCLG 4.5: About the ForceReference component
If there is a section of code like this: <a href=" folder 1/myfile.html">, Collage will track the reference. So, if the file is later moved to folder2, Collage will automatically update the link. In some cases, Collage may not "see" the reference and will not track it.
CMS-XML MCLG: How to make the AssetQuery component do a recursive search.
The AssetQuery component, by default, searches only in the folder specified by the "root" or "relative" properties. This means that if there are deploy folders beneath the folder specified, the AssetQuery will not return results from them. This document describes the steps to make an AssetQuery component return results for folders that appear lower than the folder specified by the "root" or "relative" property.
CMS-XML MCLG: How to nest AssetQuery components
Setup: In this example, we will assume the folder structure looks like this: /WebSite
CMS-XML MCLG: Collage Component Snippets for Macromedia Dreamweaver.
Unzip the file to the following location: <Dreamweaver Install Directory >\Configuration\Snippets (By default this is C:\Program Files\Macromedia\Dreamweaver MX\Configuration\Snippets)
CMS-XML MCLG: 5.1.3+ The findfile attribute is now available for navbar component
The new findfile attribute in the navbar will behave exactly as the findfile attribute in the IncludeAsset component. The navbar will search the current folder for the site structure specified. If it is not found, it will traverse up the folder tree one level and look for the specified file.
CMS-XML MCLG: Collage components inside script> tags are not executed.
The best way to explain this is with an actual example. The following code will query the /WebSite/ Folder 1 deploy folder , create a list of the documents in that folder , and give an alert box with the document names.
CMS-XML MCLG 4.5: How to make the AssetQuery component do a recursive search.
Example 1 (Recurse to a specified depth): The following code will start the query at the root folder (/WebSite/PressRelease/ in this case) and will return all the assets in the root folder and 1 level below. <nexus:component classid="nexus/components/AssetQuery" code="/System/Components/nexusComponents.jar" root="/WebSite/PressRelease/" levelsdeep="1">
CMS-XML MCLG: Error ''*** IncludeAsset Error locating asset ***'' using the IncludeAsset component.
Contribution Folder
CMS-XML MCLG 4.5: How to force an AssetQuery to skip folders before beginning its search
<nexus: component classid="nexus/ components /AssetQuery" code="/System/ Components /nexusComponents.jar" root="/WebSite/PressRelease/" skiplevels="1"> $node.Path$node.FileName<br> </nexus:component>
CMS-XML MCLG: 5.1.2.4 Hot fix: Reliability with contribution, contributor, nexus components, and deploy
(DEF112058) From the Deploy Folders view, when you select multiple assets and display properties for them, you can apply metadata changes to all of the assets. In this way it is possible to update metadata for assets that are not currently checked
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