I noticed I had entered time for the wrong task in Week view, and tried editing the entries to correct the task (I am assuming I must edit each entry in the week individually, please say so if there is a better way).
attempt to edit time entry
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But the Edit form is empty.
empty edit form
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Am I missing something? If truly a bug I can enter in Guthub.
FWIW, the entry was created with code from Jan 6 and I attempting to edit on github head from a couple hours ago).
Edit: I also notice the new empty edit form shows today's date, not the date of the entry I am trying to edit.
Last edited by dalescott on Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.
OK. I just repeated the behavior again. I created a time entry using TT v220.127.116.1127, then logged out, switched the server to the current code (v18.104.22.16867), refreshed my browser, logged in again and tried to edit the time I just entered. Regardless of whether I used Day View or Week View, clicking edit for the time entry brought up an empty edit form.
Here's the time entry.
2018-02-02 15_34_11 created time entry
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2018-02-02 15_34_32 time entry details
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I logged out, switched the server to the current code and refreshed my browser. The updated version shows in the footer.
2018-02-02 15_36_46 refresh after switching to github head
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Last edited by dalescott on Fri Feb 02, 2018 11:09 pm, edited 2 times in total.
dalescott wrote:One last question, how can I know whether I will need to update the database (using dbinstall.php) after a "git pull"?
Make a note of your existing version in the footer. Update code. Look in dbinstall.php - if the Create database structure version shows up greater than your old version (or any of the last steps in the table), then execute all Update steps in the end of the table, which apply to you.