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Abort check-out with Smart Mover

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  • Jim Meyer

    Hi Peter....

    Thanks for your suggestion.  I understand the problem and will look into options for a future release.  Although I am concerned that such a feature could also cause problems.

    One option would be to "abort" if the User was no longer logged in.  Would that solve the problem for you?

    Jim

     

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  • Peter Gersmann

    Hi Jim,

    We use a named query with a merge on smart_objectlocks and the field "timestamp" - we then only abort check-out after xx hours (or days). Like:
    smart_objectlocks.`timestamp` <= DATE_ADD(NOW(), INTERVAL - $DaysSinceLocked DAY

    The user might have logged on (again), but we will still do an abort check-out. With +1000 users and outsourced production we will never be able to contact the users first. It might however be nice to get a log with object + status + locked by.

    /Peter

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  • Peter Gersmann

    Outstanding! Thanks!!

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Post ID: 360032324832

Created at: 2018-11-26 09:01:07 UTC

Updated at: 2019-03-18 10:26:38 UTC

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