Is this not inefficient and a bit dangerous having everyone write a script / servlet that wants what is basic functionality? I'd like to have search and replace across my library of content fragments but to write it myself seems a bit poor?
Thanks for the pointers but sadly these don't work.
For example I have a folder:
Folder called Shop
Content Fragment: WelcomeContent Fragment: Product OverviewsContent Fragment: Contact
You can see I can't infer an order form the names. Also, the order the CFs are entered in is not useful eit...
What happens is you need to query for all CFMs.
From there, you form a query for all the CFs of all those CFMs.
The CFs come back and contain their path but there is nothing to indicate the order they are in the folder.
This order in the folder is what determines the site structure.
This is ...
Thanks for that but what I need to know is the order of the Content Fragments in the folder.
I can't see a way to get this out of GraphQL whereas the assets API gives you the Content Fragments in order.
We are looking at moving from the assets API to using GraphQL. One of the things we have noticed is that we can't get the ordering of content fragments within a folder back from the GraphQL.
Ordering is important to us. Does anyone have any advice on how to pull the ordering of Content F...
We have some very basic workflows to publish and delete.
We have noticed that when you delete a folder with assets the assets are correctly sent through the workflow to be approved for deletion but the folder isn't.
Also, we can't even initiate the workflow on an empty folder.
So, overall, we ...
Request for Feature Enhancement (RFE) Summary:The review process makes use of the inbox. When a user has multiple items to review each individual item has to be clicked Use-case:
As a user, I have 10 items to review. I have reviewed them and I would like to:
select all 10
Thanks for the reply. My use case in a headless mode is a bit different.
I have a CF which is a "page". It is then made up of multiple other CFs which are the components.
Say I have 1 page and 5 components. This means 6 individual approvals.