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"Aaron J. Zirbes" <[log in to unmask]>
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UofMN CSS Web Development <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 16 Nov 2009 16:25:11 -0600
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Drew,

That is, indeed my problem. Looks like I'll have to implement this in a 
different fashion.

Thanks for the outside perspective.

--
Aaron

Drew Stevenson wrote:
> Hey Aaron,
>
> That looks suspiciously like a query search (http://foswiki.org/System/QuerySearch) which isn't available in the current version of UMWiki. In the current version you'd have to do something like
>
> %METASEARCH{type="field" name="Requester" value="%WIKIUSERNAME%" format="$percntMETASEARCH{type=$quotform$quot name=$quotRequestStatus$quot value=$quotBuilding$quot}$percnt"}%
>
> We are still working on migrating UMWiki to a newer version of the underlying wiki software, but have learned our lesson about announcing any kind of ship date before it's ready to roll.
>
> Hope this helps,
>
> Drew Stevenson
> University of Minnesota Wiki Support
> [log in to unmask]
>
> On Nov 16, 2009, at 10:00 AM, Aaron J. Zirbes wrote:
>
>   
>> Hey all,
>>
>> Are there any TWiki pros out there? (Drew, are you listening?)
>>
>> I'm trying to develop a TWiki based application, but I'm having trouble using the SEARCH macro.
>>
>> https://wiki.umn.edu/view/NunStudyData
>>
>> I can get the %METASEARCH% macro to work, but only on a single variable filter.
>>
>> I want it to search for all Webs that match on two form fields.  Specifically, this is the command I want to work is something along these lines:
>>
>> %SEARCH{ "(RequestForm[name='Requester'].value='%WIKIUSERNAME%' AND RequestForm[name='RequestStatus'].value='Building')" nonoise="on" type="query" format="$web.$topic" separator=", " }%
>>
>> ... but this doesn't do what I want it to do...
>>
>> SQL is my usual forte, but we have an extensive Data Dictionary in the Wiki that I want to pair with a kind of DataSet shopping cart, so writing it via the Wiki is where I am at.
>>
>> --
>> Aaron
>> <ajz.vcf>
>>     
>
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