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How to remove ghost content

Pier Paolo Bortone
Hi there,
I need to remove a content that I don't see via dotCMS web interfaces.
 
Here is the XML backup of ghost content:
 
<com.dotmarketing.portlets.contentlet.model.Contentlet>
    <structureInode>2928</structureInode>
    <languageId>1</languageId>
    <enabledWysiwyg></enabledWysiwyg>
    ...
    ...
    <title>CORDONATE (COPY)</title>
    <friendlyName>CORDONATE (COPY)</friendlyName>
    <live>false</live>
    <working>true</working>
    <deleted>false</deleted>
    <locked>false</locked>
    <modDate class="sql-timestamp">2008-01-15 06:06:51.0</modDate>
    <modUser>dotcms.org.2</modUser>
    <sortOrder>0</sortOrder>
    <showOnMenu>false</showOnMenu>
    <iDate class="sql-timestamp">2008-01-15 06:06:50.0</iDate>
    <type>contentlet</type>
    <inode>3707</inode>
    <identifier>3708</identifier>
  </com.dotmarketing.portlets.contentlet.model.Contentlet>
 
What I can do to remove this content?
 
Thanks,
Pier.
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Re: How to remove ghost content

Jason Tesser-2
Well you could simply remove it from the database and restart the cms

delete from contentlet where inode = 3707


On Feb 1, 2008 6:15 AM, Pier Paolo Bortone <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> Hi there,
> I need to remove a content that I don't see via dotCMS web interfaces.
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> Here is the XML backup of ghost content:
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> <com.dotmarketing.portlets.contentlet.model.Contentlet>
>     <structureInode>2928</structureInode>
>     <languageId>1</languageId>
>     <enabledWysiwyg></enabledWysiwyg>
>     ...
>     ...
>     <title>CORDONATE (COPY)</title>
>     <friendlyName>CORDONATE (COPY)</friendlyName>
>     <live>false</live>
>     <working>true</working>
>     <deleted>false</deleted>
>     <locked>false</locked>
>     <modDate class="sql-timestamp">2008-01-15 06:06:51.0</modDate>
>     <modUser>dotcms.org.2</modUser>
>     <sortOrder>0</sortOrder>
>     <showOnMenu>false</showOnMenu>
>     <iDate class="sql-timestamp">2008-01-15 06:06:50.0</iDate>
>     <type>contentlet</type>
>     <inode>3707</inode>
>     <identifier>3708</identifier>
>   </com.dotmarketing.portlets.contentlet.model.Contentlet>
>
> What I can do to remove this content?
>
> Thanks,
> Pier.



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Adding Portlets

Mickey Hariparsad
Hi everyone, is it possible to add  a portlet to the html pages(.dot files)
created in the CMS Admin interface?


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Re: Adding Portlets

Maria Ahues Bouza
Hi Mickey,

You can't add a portlet to the html pages in the frontend (.dot files)
automatically, but you can create View Tools that will expose data fro m
your portlets to the frotnend.

As an example check our viewtools under: \src\com\dotmarketing\viewtools\.
These classes are made available to velocity by adding them to the
WEB-INF\toolbox.xml.

Thanks
Maria

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>    Hi everyone, is it possible to add  a portlet to the html pages(.dot
> files) created in the CMS Admin interface?
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1.5.1.1 Install Troubles with DB Configs

Todd Reed-2
I'm trying to install 1.5.1.1, but when I get to the step of editing
"conf/Catalina/localhost/ROOT.xml", that file only contains:

 

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?>

<Context crossContext="true" docBase="../liferay" path="">

</Context>

 

 

Am I looking at the wrong file?  I thought there use to be more
information/config examples in that file in the past? I'm using MySQL.

 

 

Suggestions?

 

 

 

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Re: 1.5.1.1 Install Troubles with DB Configs

Jason Tesser-2
yea the instructions regarding the ROOT.xml are for the new release of
dotCMS coming up.  You need to use the conf/server.xml file


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