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Event Calendar and Search Results


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churika

15 April 2010 at 12:00pm Community Member, 29 Posts

When events on my event calendar appear in my search results, the $Link that the search results get is the $baseURL + $URLSegment, it doesn't include any of the date range parameters for the $Link, which makes the page all funky when it doesn't have date parameters.

Is this just a common problem or is there a fix?

Using SilverStripe 2.3.6

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UncleCheese

15 April 2010 at 12:48pm 4085 Posts

That doesn't seem right. It should default to the most nearest date if none is passed to it. When was the last time you updated EventCalendar?

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churika

15 April 2010 at 1:30pm Community Member, 29 Posts

March 4th, 2010

Updated using SVN Checkout.

SVN URL = http://carlinowebdesign.svn.beanstalkapp.com/modules/trunk/

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UncleCheese

15 April 2010 at 1:48pm 4085 Posts

What do you mean by "all funky?"

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churika

15 April 2010 at 1:53pm (Last edited: 15 April 2010 1:54pm), Community Member, 29 Posts

Well i'll just give you the example...

http://new.pjcbg.org

Search "plant" and hit enter.

Click the first result.

To view that same exact page not all funky...go to Education -> Lecture Series from the nav and choose the 3rd event.

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churika

15 April 2010 at 2:22pm (Last edited: 15 April 2010 2:24pm), Community Member, 29 Posts

Also while I've got you UncleCheese, how would I create a function as a control for pulling the top 2 results of for Upcoming Events? I know how to do that in a SQL Query but i'm unfamiliar with SilverStripe as a whole so far.

function UpcomingEvents() {
   $articles = DataObject::get("Page", "`ClassName` IN ('CalendarEvent')");
   $articles->sort("Date", "DESC");
   $returnarticles = $articles->getRange(0, 2);
   
   return $returnarticles;
}

Something like that? But I don't see that pulling specific dates.

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UncleCheese

15 April 2010 at 4:53pm 4085 Posts

UpcomingEvents($count = 5, $url_segment = null) is decorated into your SiteTree class, so you can use it anywhere. Same for RecentEvents().

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churika

16 April 2010 at 1:12am (Last edited: 16 April 2010 1:49am), Community Member, 29 Posts

No idea on why the search results are doing that? Should I update the core+modules or?

Seems also the control for <% control UpcomingEvents %> is also bringing in a broken $Link the same as search results and it doesn't seem to be ordering them according to date, and bringing in past events.

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