[ic] "SOLVED" Update to update: Re: AddAttr only UserTags sometimes work, sometimes fail

David Christensen david at endpoint.com
Wed Jul 7 15:02:12 UTC 2010

Chris wrote:

> It turns out that in Parse, the $Order hash doesn't keep a catalog-specific Order for each UserTag but that the Order is global. So if you have a UserTag:
> UserTag goo Order arg1 arg2
> in one catalog, and
> UserTag goo Order arg2 arg3 arg4
> in a second catalog running on the same server, the $Order hash will get overwritten. The behavior indicates that it will be OK until the 2nd version is called, thereafter the 2nd version's arguments take precedence.

That's certainly not well-behaved of interchange, now is it?  So these were both individual catalog-level usertags with the same name but different Order directives?  Should be easy to reproduce, now that you've done the hard work... :-)


David Christensen
End Point Corporation
david at endpoint.com

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